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Paul Giambarba

First of all, I'm sorry to take so long in answering your question, Robert. It came in at Christmas and got neglected. The illustrator is Boris Artzybasheff. Wikipedia has information on him at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artzybasheff

I'm familiar with his work and not a big fan of excessive noodling, as we called it at the time. His work I thought too grotesque as well.

Robert Chandler

I am trying to recall the name and find the work of a wonderful illustrator and cartoonist whose work was featured regularly in Time & Life, especially during WWII.

He specialized in anthropomorphized tanks and planes and ships. I'm sure the man is quite well known to anyone who knows the history of American illustration. It was Arzy-something-- a long, unusual name.

Do you know who I'm trying to remember?

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