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20 December 2013

Ralph Steadman on Paul Dacre

The artist's portrayal of Paul Dacre, who is extensively profiled in the current issue of the New Statesman.

By New Statesman

This week’s New Statesman is a triple issue Christmas and New Year Special (available on the newsstands now).

You’ll find plenty in this issue to keep yourself stimulated over the holidays including an 8-page profile by Peter Wilby of the most successful and feared newspaper man of his generation, Paul Dacre. To accompany this profile the NS art desk commissioned Ralph Steadman to produce this memorable portrait. . .

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Paul Dacre by Ralph Steadman

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