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Quality cartoons of jazz musicians have always been in short supply.In Holland, Berend 'Boy' ten Hove developed a completely unique style that somehow echoes the tradition of art deco.

Boy ten Hove was a Dutch artist best known for his caricatures of 1930s jazz players. He made many illustrations for Panorama, mainly caricatures of jazz musicians. Ten Hove earned international fame for his jazz drawing published in Panorama, De Jazzwereld and Algemeen Handelsblad. He also made illustrations for De Radiobode, and contributed to   children's magazines

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