Charles Bragg’s genius for poking fun at a variety of professions through classical renditions of idiosyncratic characters has given critics reason to equate his talent with that of such great satirists as Daumier, Hogarth and Bosch. His lighthearted social commentary indicates both a keen perception of the human condition and an astute observation of contemporary times.
His satire translates to sculpture as well, and a fine collection of table-top size bronzes are also regarded as highly collectible
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