Charles Mozley (1914–1991) went to Sheffield Art School at the age of 11 and then gained a scholarship to the RCA. He taught at Camberwell between 1938 and 1939. During the war he was involved in military intelligence and camouflage work. He worked mainly on book illustrations after the war and became known for the murals he painted for the Festival of Britain in 1951. He designed posters for Ealing studios, BEA and the Midland Bank and produced the Mind that Child poster in 1957.
Blondes and Brunettes Use Shell
- Catalogue Number: 544
- Title: Blondes and Brunettes Use Shell
- Date: 1939
- Artist: Charles Mozley
- Series: People Prefer