George Pratt (artist)
1980 Pratt moved to New York to study art at the Pratt Institute. His first graphic novel, Enemy Ace: War Idyll, has been awarded almost every major prize of comic literature. It was followed by numerous art and sketchbooks, comic work (Batman, Sandman, etc.), illustrations, and photo series for magazines ( Argosy ), as well as several solo exhibitions.
Most recently, he worked for Marvel at the four-part mini-series: Wolverine: Netsuke, for which he was awarded the prestigious Eisner Award.
His impressionistic, painterly style reminiscent of artists such as Kent Williams, Phil Hale and Ashley Wood.
Currently, George Pratt lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.