Fred Carter (artist)
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Fred Carter (born June 22, 1938) is an American artist known for his work for Jack Chick's tracts since 1972.
Carter uses richly detailed shading in his art. He worked anonymously for Chick Publications, until Chick acknowledged Carter's work in a 1980 issue of his newsletter Battle Cry. The two collaborated on Chick's 2001 film The Light of the World, presenting Bible stories through oil paintings by Carter.