Leo Dillon, Celebrated Illustrator of Children's Books, Is Dead at 79
New York Times
Leo Dillon, who with his wife and longtime collaborator, Diane, was one of the world's pre-eminent illustrators for young people, producing artwork praised for its vibrancy, ecumenicalism and sheer sumptuous beauty that was a seamless amalgam of both their hands, died on Saturday in Brooklyn. He was 79.
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