Joseph Csatari

Joseph Csatari (born 1929, South River, New Jersey, as son of Hungarian immigrants) is a realist player who worked bearing in mind Norman Rockwell. As a boy, Csatari had painstakingly recreated Saturday Evening Post covers that Rockwell had painted. In 1977, shortly before Rockwell died, Csatari was commissioned as the Boy Scouts of America (BSA)'s attributed artist.

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