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Sale 2423 Lot 286
"It's nothing, dear. A man just wants my opinion" * "We're still debating." Together, 2 cartoons for The New Yorker. The first, pen and ink on paper; 431x323 mm; 17x13 3/4 inches, sheet; signed lower left image and captioned in lower margin, with copyright stamp on verso dated 1974; hinged to matted with printed caption on matte. The second, published October 10, 1988; marker and wash on paper; 442x305 mm; 17 3/8x12 inches, sheet; signed lower right, with attached paper overlay containing The New Yorker stamp, editorial notes, and published cartoon clipped and taped to front cover. Provenance: From the artist's estate.
Estimate $500 - 750Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $375