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harles D. Saxon Ink on Paper Comic Illustrations signed by the arti - $99 (KERNERSVILLE)

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harles D. Saxon Ink on Paper Comic Illustrations signed by the artist. Saxon was most known for his work in The New Yorker but he began drawing cartoons on weekends, selling them to The Saturday Evening Post. His first appearance in The New Yorker was a spot illustration in 1943; after becoming a full-time cartoonist in 1955, he joined their staff in 1956 and over more than 30 years drew 92 covers and more than 700 cartoons for the magazine. Much of his New Yorker work gently pokes fun at the privileged denizens of prosperous suburbs; unusually, he wrote his own words, often highlighting clich├ęs, as in an image of well-fed executives in a boardroom. Own a piece of history, one that comes complete with humor! Saxon died in 1988.
17 1/2 x 10 1/2.

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