DICK LUCAS - ORIGINAL ART SIGNED - HFSID 38127
DICK LUCAS English-Canadian cartoonist depicts a woman's unfortunate reflexes, signs his name underneath in black ink Original art signed: "Lucas" in black ink. B/w, 11x8½. Pen and ink cartoon.
Sale Price $144.00
English-Canadian cartoonist depicts a woman's unfortunate reflexes, signs his name underneath in black ink
Original art signed: "Lucas" in black ink. B/w, 11x8½. Pen and ink cartoon. Dick Lucas was an English-Canadian cartoonist who wrote both French and English cartoons; he is best known for his strip "Juliette Beliveau" which appeared in Radiomonde et Telemonde in the 1950s. Heavily toned. Light surface creases. Corners rounded. White out around top picture. Sticker in top left corner. Ink stamps on verso that show through front. Otherwise, fine condition.
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