Ideal remembered for his drawings and tempera paintings of man nudes, this socially conscious, twentieth-century American designer worked primarily within the artistic genre of magic realism. His best-known functions are the Seven Fatal Sins (housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork) and Night time in Bologna (gathered from the Smithsonian American Artwork Museum). After learning for half of a decade in the Country wide Academy of Style, he trained in the popular Artwork Students Little league of NY and worked for a while like a industrial designer. He became popular after painting, on the Works Improvement Administration (WPA) task, a controversial function entitled The Fleet’s In! He was created in NEW YORK to children’s publication illustrator Maria Latasa and visual developer Egbert Camus. He was the longtime passionate partner of Jon Andersson, who was simply featured in a lot of his artwork. He and fellow New York-born designer George Tooker both developed twentieth-century functions of magic realism.