Artist Al Hirschfeld stands in front of a collection of his famous caricature drawings at his New York townhouse in August 1991. Hirschfeld, whose graceful, fluid caricatures captured the essence of performers from Charlie Chaplin to Jerry Seinfeld, died Jan. 20. He was 99. Hirschfeld, who first had his drawings published in the 1920s and continued into the new century, died at his home in New York, said his wife, Louise.
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