Social satire artist Charles Bragg (b.1931) used humor and his own political opinions to create thought-provoking paintings. Bragg studied at New York’s High School of Music and Art. The humor in his artwork is attributed to his years of doing stand-up comedy before becoming an artist. Charles Bragg’s prints and portraiture bring the undesirable qualities of American society to life; these commentary pieces on human vices are what brought his success as an artist.
Charles Bragg’s sculptures depicted funny, comic-strip-type characters. These sculptures were often inspired by musicians, mythical creatures, and government figures. Artist Charles Bragg’s lithograph, The Screen Goddess, was displayed in the opening scene of the 1992 movie The Player. Browse other exceptional lithograph prints for sale online to find the next dazzling piece of artwork to add to your collection.