Gregor Duncan and Bill Mauldin in Mauldin’s Willy Jeep, 1944.

Duncan sketch of a mother and child in Chinatown in New York City.

“Gregor Duncan, one of the finest and most promising artists I’ve ever known, was killed at Anzio while making sketches for Stars and Stripes. It’s a pretty tough kick in the stomach when you realize what people like Greg could have done had they lived. It’s one of the costs of war we don’t often consider.” – Bill Mauldin