EARL W. ENGLEMAN - ORIGINAL ART SIGNED - HFSID 14016
EARL W. ENGLEMAN Popular cartoonist draws doctor asking other doctor why he's leaving the group practice, signs his name underneath Original art signed: "Engleman" in black ink. B/w, 8½x11. Pen and ink cartoon.
Sale Price $144.00
EARL W. ENGLEMAN
Popular cartoonist draws doctor asking other doctor why he's leaving the group practice, signs his name underneath
Original art signed: "Engleman" in black ink. B/w, 8½x11. Pen and ink cartoon. Captioned: "Johnson, what's this I hear about you dropping out of our group practice just because you won the millionaire lottery?". Engleman (1927-2012), who was named Outstanding Cartoonist in 1988, began his career in an advertising agency. His cartoons, which feature the humorous side of everyday life, have appeared in a number of magazines and newspapers, including "Good Housekeeping", "Saturday Evening Post", "Better Homes & Gardens", "The Wall St. Journal", "The National Enquirer" and "USA Weekend" (one of his creations was "Cartoon of the Week" on December 26, 1999). Engleman has also been published through King Features, the McNaught Syndicate and Singer Media Corp., and he has been featured in one-man shows in Tampa, Florida (1985) and group shows in Canada (1986-1989). Corners rounded. Lightly creased. Ink stamps on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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