Published September 29, 1997
"So have we given up completely on the idea of the full monty?"
Artist preparing to paint a fully-clothed businessman's portrait; refers to new movie "The Full Monty,"—British slang for complete nudity.
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Charles Barsotti began his career at Hallmark and went on to become the cartoon editor of The Saturday Evening Post. His first New Yorker cartoon was published in 1962, and he has been known for his clean style of black and white drawing ever since. Barsotti has published four books, including a collection of his most popular works, The Essential Charles Barsotti, and has contributed to a wide range of publications from The New York Times to USA Today.