Painter, lithographer and draftsman, Ross Eugene Braught was called “the greatest living American draftsman” during his lifetime by his friend and colleague, Thomas Hart Benton. (source)
From the comfort of my fragile glass house, I do like to toss a few pebbles at the radio, television, and www from time to time. Lords know my writing is full of typos, bad grammar, and boring drivel. That IS why I tend to keep it short. From my glass settee, I do like to nit-pick others, though. It’s not that I’m judging, it’s that I am easily amused. That someone felt the need to qualify the name “greatest living American Draftsman” by adding that the subject was called that “during his lifetime,” is funny. No?
Anyway… Braught created one post office mural: Waynesboro Landscape (Waynesboro, Mississippi).