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TOM TORO. "Concert still in progress." Cartoon for The New Yorker, published July 8, 2015 (in the online daily cartoon). Ink and watercolor on paper....
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TOM TORO. "Concert still in progress." Cartoon
for The New Yorker, published July 8, 2015 (in the online daily cartoon). Ink and watercolor on paper. 305x222 mm; 12x8 3/4 inches. Signed "Toro" in lower right image. Accompanied ... [more like this]
BEN SHAHN (1898-1969) A GOOD MAN IS HARD
TO FIND. 1948.
45 1/2x30 inches, 115 1/2x76 1/2 cm. Progressive Party, New York.
Condition A -: restoration in bottom margin.
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Sale 497 Lot 378
ART) COMMODORE, CHESTER An editorial cartoon for The Chicago Defender depicting charicatures of Jimmy Carter, Menachem Begin and Anwar Sadat sitting on an egg reading 'Peace ... [more like this]
1 piece. Lithograph. Currier, N.; Ives,
J.M., publishers. "Progressive Democracy - Prospect of a Smash Up." New York, 1860. 13 7/8 x 17 3/4 inches (352 x 450 mm) - sheet size. Slightly dusty at edges, mounted along ... [more like this]
Richard Yardley. Four framed pen and ink
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