Drawn To Combat: Bill Mauldin & the Art of War
“Drawn To Combat: Bill Mauldin & the Art of War” a new exhibit opening to the public on May 14, 2021, offers a retrospective of the work by two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Bill Mauldin.
The Pritzker Military Museum & Library owns the largest collection of Mauldin’s cartoons and for the first time, in-conjunction with the Bill Mauldin Estate, will exhibit a solo show of his work. The show will feature 125 original Mauldin drawings, another 35 reproduced images, and more than 20 original artifacts. The art spans the breath of Mauldin’s entire career, from 1937 – 1994, from early years learning art in Chicago, to the frontlines of WWII in Europe, to his last years at the Chicago Sun-Times.
General admission to the Museum & Library: $10.00
Students & teacher with valid ID: $8.00
Children under 12: Free
Active Military: Free
For more information on the Bill Mauldin art exhibit, “Drawn To Combat: Bill Mauldin & the Art of War,” visit the website www.whoisbillmauldin.com