Children's Book & Magazine Illustration

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Lot 1
JOAN WALSH ANGLUND (1926-2021)
"To Be A Ballerina."

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CLARE BEATON (1947- )
"The Wheels on the Bus."

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CLARE BEATON (1947- )
"There Was A Crooked Man."

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LUDWIG BEMELMANS (1898-1962)
"Parque Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro."

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MARCIA BROWN (1918-2015)
"A good stone soup should have cabbage..."

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MARK BUEHNER (1959- )
"Dingaling Pizza."

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ALBERT PRENTIS BUTTON (1868-1931)
A Young Dick Turpin.

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HARRISON CADY (1877-1970)
"'Pooh!' exclaimed Reddy Fox. 'Who's afraid of that fellow?'"

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TONY CHEN (1929- )
"Adam and Eve."

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WALTER CRANE (1845-1915)
"The Song of Sixpence Picture Book."

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TOMIE DE PAOLA (1934-2020)
"I love you, Sun, I love you, Moon."

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ALEXANDRA DAY [Sandra Louise Woodward Darling] (1941- )
"...see them picnic on their holiday."

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ROGER DUVOISIN (1904-1980)
"A Doll for Marie."

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MICHAEL FOREMAN (1938- )
"Toad the Terror, The Traffic-Queller."

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GEORGE GARLAND (20th Century)
"Heroes and Heroines of Many Lands."

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ROY GERRARD (1935-1997)
Relaxing by the Pool.

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HARDIE GRAMATKY (1907-1979)
"The Wondrous World of Little Toot."

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ERIC GURNEY (1910-1992)
"The Digging-est Dog."

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MICHAEL HAGUE (1948- )
"U is for Ursula, a quite useless bear..."

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GEORG HALLENSLEBEN (1958- )
"Close Your Eyes."

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MARY HAVERFIELD (20th century)
"Mocha loved little goldfish!"

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WILL HILLENBRAND (1960- )
"Sam Sunday and the Mystery at the Ocean Beach Hotel."

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STEVEN KELLOGG (1941-)
"Tallyho, Pinkerton!"

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JONATHAN LANGLEY (1952- )
"The next moment a great lion bounded into the road."

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ROBERT LAWSON (1892-1957)
"Uncle Phineas was wrapped up most comfortably, smoking his pipe..."

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ARNOLD LOBEL (1933-1987)
"Frog took a rake out of the garden shed."

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ARNOLD LOBEL (1933-1987)
"'I am coming to help you!"

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ARNOLD LOBEL (1933-1987)
"We can try to climb this mountain."

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JAMES MARSHALL (1942-1992)
"The wind picked up the umbrella and Roger at once, and blew them very high."

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PETRA MATHERS (1945- )
"She lives inside a peanut shell..."

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BARBARA McCLINTOCK (1955- )
"Suddenly Danielle didn't feel like much of an artist."

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DAVID McPHAIL (1940- )
"Where Can an Elephant Hide?"

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KATHY MITCHELL (20th Century)
"He Could Not Find the Proper Spell."

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LYNN MUNSINGER (1951- )
"Then he cleaned up the kitchen."

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LYNN MUNSINGER (1951- )
"I quite agree."

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LYNN MUNSINGER (1951- )
"He tossed the banana peel over his shoulder" * "I don't know how to ride a skateboard."

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LYNN MUNSINGER (1951- )
"Anyone for math?"

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LYNN MUNSINGER (1951- )
"Hunter got his foot on the ball first."

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PETER NEWELL (1862-1924)
"A Careless Father."

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FLORENCE PEARL ENGLAND NOSWORTHY (1872-1936)
Girl Perched in Tree with Apple.

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MICHAEL PARASKEVAS (1961- )
"Junior Kroll."

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C.F. PAYNE (1956- )
Micawber - Imitating Norman Rockwell's "Triple self-portrait."

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WILLIAM PÈNE DU BOIS (1916-1993)
"Otto at Sea."

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WILLIAM PÈNE DU BOIS (1916-1993)
"Elisabeth the Cow Ghost."

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WILLIAM PÈNE DU BOIS (1916-1993)
"Porko von Popbutton."

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GISELLE POTTER (20th century)
"First thing in class, Libby started waving her hand."

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LOUIS RHEAD (1857-1926)
"Clara on her couch was soon surrounded by the goats."

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LOUIS RHEAD (1857-1926)
"So they sat and chatted under the trees."

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FREDERICK RICHARDSON (1862-1937)
"Rapunzel let down her plaits and the witch climbed up."

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JOHN A. ROWE (1949- )
"...they just hugged and cuddled me and welcomed me home."

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ALBERT RUTHERSTON (1881-1953)
"In Search of the Bluebird."

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ILYA SCHOR (1904-1961)
The Little Mermaid.

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ILYA SCHOR (1904-1961)
Woodland Scene.

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MAURICE SENDAK (1928-2012)
Jennie.

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MAURICE SENDAK (1928-2012)
"Wild Things Come to New York."

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BRAD SNEED (20th century)
"...the happiest two-some in all o' Tarbelly Creek."

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WILLIAM STEIG (1907-2003)
"`Bats and Barnacles!' Ebenezer exclaimed..."

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MARK TEAGUE (1963- )
"They turn out the light."

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TASHA TUDOR (1915-2008)
"Their belief in the Magic was an abiding thing."

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TOMI UNGERER (1931-2019)
"One Fine Morning."

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TOMI UNGERER (1931-2019)
Captain with Questionable Moustache.

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ANDREA U'REN (1968- )
"You're my Pugdog. You're perfect as you are."

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CHRIS VAN ALLSBURG (1949- )
"The J was rather Jittery."

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DAN YACCARINO (1965- )
"Bittle liked the toilet in the bathroom." * "He curled up next to Bittle and purred."

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JANE BRESKIN ZALBEN (1950-)
"It was kind of you to come! And you are very nice!"

General Book & Magazine Illustration

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THOMAS B. ALLEN (1928-2004)
"Withdrawal Phase."

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HAROLD ANDERSON (1894-1973)
Snow Angel.

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PEGGY BACON (1895-1987)
"Particularly afraid of each other on Fridays..."

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EUGENE BERMAN (1899-1972)
"Christo Rey."

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EUGENE BERMAN (1899-1972)
Surrealist head of woman with flora.

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MAHLON BLAINE (1894-1969)
"Nastagio degli Onesti's vision."

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PAUL BRANSOM (1885-1979)
Water Birds.

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PAUL BRANSOM (1885-1979)
Two Horses.

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DON BRAUTIGAM (1946-2008)
"The Star Trek Cult: Bonanza from Outer Space."

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DON BRAUTIGAM (1946-2008)
"The Island of Dr. Moreau."

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DON BRAUTIGAM (1946-2008)
"The Dark Half."

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DON BRAUTIGAM (1946-2008)
"McNally's Luck."

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DON BRAUTIGAM (1946-2008)
"Terminal."

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DON BRAUTIGAM (1946-2008)
"Dolores Claiborne."

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BRALDT BRALDS (1951-)
"Albert Einstein."

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BRALDT BRALDS (1951-)
"Bruder Affe."

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(BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY)
"Our King and Queen."

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FREDERICK SANDS BRUNNER (1886-1954)
Spring Beauty with Boxer.

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AL BUELL (1910-1996)
Argument at the Piano.

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JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963)
"l'Ange Heurtebise."

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SUSAN DAVIS (1948-1999)
"The Family."

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JILL DEGROFF (1954-)
"The 21 Club."

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WALTER JOSEPH ENRIGHT (1875-1969)
Lady Golfer.

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JOE EULA (1925-2004)
Archive of finished and preparatory drawings for "Tiffany's Table Manners for Teenagers."

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JOHN FALTER (1910-1982)
"Tom Sawyer."

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JOHN FALTER (1910-1982)
Fifth Avenue.

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JOHN FALTER (1910-1982)
"Commuters in the Rain."

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BRIAN FROUD (1947- )
"One day I saw a large bunch of twigs . . . bound in cobwebs and hanging by a thin thread."

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CHARLES DANA GIBSON (1867-1944)
"At the Black Cat."

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EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
"The Disrespectful Summons." Three concept sketches

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EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
"You've written me to no avail, Because I never read my mail."

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EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
Dogear Wryde Interpretive Series.

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EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
"An Exchange of Gifts."

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EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
"All Strange Away."

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HARDIE GRAMATKY (1907-1979)
"Compo's End."

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ROBERT HEINDEL (1938-2005)
"The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner."

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ROBERT HILBERT (20th Century)
"We could make a fortune."

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ROBERT HILBERT (20th Century)
"Women Are Like That."

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WALTER HASKELL HINTON (1886-1980)
Fishermen.

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GASTON HOFFMANN (1883-1977)
Disorder in the Court.

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H. LAWRENCE HOFFMAN (1911-1977)
"The Canterbury Tales."

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RICHARD E. HOWARD (1912-1996)
"At Niagara Falls."

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THEODOOR VAN HOYTEMA (1863-1917)
“But winter past away at last…"

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BRAD JERNIGAN (20th Century)
Flapper with Lilies.

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ROCKWELL KENT (1882-1971)
Army Men.

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ROCKWELL KENT (1882-1971)
"Wilfred."

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WARNER KREUTER (20th century)
Blonde Pin-up.

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WARNER KREUTER (20th century)
"Muriel."

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WARNER KREUTER (20th Century)
Seated Pin-up - "Murial."

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ANDREW LOOMIS (1892-1959)
Defending the Ramparts.

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TOM LOVELL (1909-1997)
"Island Summer."

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ORSON BYRON LOWELL (1871-1956)
Recess.

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ORSON BYRON LOWELL (1871-1956)
"In proposing it is well to avoid rugs and draperies."

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ORSON BYRON LOWELL (1871-1956)
"Cassandra descended with a sure-footed ease that seemed part of her pride of bearing.

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ORSON BYRON LOWELL (1871-1956)
"Spring Fashions for Men."

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JAMES MARSHALL (1942-1992)
"A Few Unpretentious Drawings for Kenneth Maples."

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JOHN McDERMOTT (1919-1977)
Indian Chief.

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NORMAN MINGO (1896-1980)
"Here was one of the central spots of a little world of gayety."

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HERBERT MOESBURY SMYRK (1862-1947)
"In Leipzig, loveliest of towns..." * "Spray-swathed harbingers wing to the lee, and turbulent billows sweep."

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WALLACE MORGAN (1873-1948)
Crowd Leaving Theater After "Little Women."

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ALLAN NEUWIRTH (1956- )
"Crumbling Infrastructure."

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ERIC PAPE (1870-1938)
"Châteaupers to the Rescue."

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RUSSELL PATTERSON (1896-1977)
"The Old Town Looks Just the Same."

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JOSEPH PENNELL (1857-1926)
"In the Museum of Archaeology, Cambridge."

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GRAHAM PERCY (1938-2008)
"A Sewing Room for Claes Oldenburg."

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MISKA PETERSHAM [PETREZSELYEM MIHALY] (1888-1960)
"The Earth's Adoration."

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WILLY POGÁNY (1882-1955)
Flour Maiden.

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IAN POLLOCK (1975- )
"I hate New York."

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LOUIS RHEAD (1857-1926)
"I must begone and live, or stay and die."

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JIM RICHEY.
Woodworking.

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CHARLES SHELDON (1889-1960)
Military Widow.

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JAMES A. SHEPHERD (1866-1946)
"Fables: Blackbirds and Thrushes."

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JEROME SNYDER (1916-1976)
Elegant Lady Smoking Cigarette.

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JEROME SNYDER (1916-1976)
New York City Apartment Building.

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JEROME SNYDER (1916-1976)
"Why Is This Man Whistling?"

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BENJAMIN ALBERT STAHL (1910-1987)
Backstage Scene.

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BETTINA STEINKE (et al) (1913-1999)
Group of Autographed Posters for the Circus, Saints, and Sinners Club.

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FRANK STREET (1893-1944)
"The Professor's House."

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HADDON SUNDBLOM (1899-1976)
"All a Girl Needs."

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MURRAY TINKELMAN (1933-2016)
Signs of Approval and Defiance.

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ED VEBELL (1921-2018)
Tina Tippit Throwing Dress Over Fence."

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ED VEBELL (1921-2018)
"What is the best way to use time?"

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FREDERICK COFFAY YOHN (1875-1933)
"With a spring, George had the savage by the throat."

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JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988)
"Clara Bow."

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JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988)
"Jean Harlow Applying Lipstick."

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REVERE H. WISTEHUFF (1900-1971)
Measuring the Doghouse.

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NICKY ZANN (1943-2020)
"Sweat City."

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NICKY ZANN (1943-2020)
"Murder on the Blackboard."

Advertising & Design

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Lot 156
[CIRCUS]
Circus Sideshow.

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OLIVIA DE BERARDINIS (1948- )
"Just for Play."

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OLIVIA DE BERARDINIS (1948- )
"Secret Desires."

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PAUL BRANSOM (1885-1979)
Wartime Bald Eagle.

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FREDERICK SANDS BRUNNER (1886-1954) Attributed to.
RC Tastes Best.

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WILLIAM GROPPER (1897-1977)
"Keep Him on the Run/Buy More Bonds."

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RICHARD HARVEY (1940- )
Paul Anka: "She's A Lady."

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RICHARD HARVEY (1940- )
"Sam Cooke Interprets Billie Holiday."

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BILL LAYNE (1911-2005)
"Busy Buddy Cut-Ups."

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NORMAN MINGO (1896-1980)
"They keep a super service station for New York Central Locomotives."

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NORMAN MINGO (1896-1980)
"1956 Ford."

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WILLIAM MEADE PRINCE (1893-1951)
Little Girl and Newsie.

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CHARLES SHELDON (1889-1960)
"Beautiful Hair" Breck Girl.

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CHARLES SHELDON (1889-1960)
Peggy Cullen as a Breck Girl.

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[SKIING]
"Ski at Bear Mountain."

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JEROME SNYDER (1916-1976)
"The Byrds."

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ADOLPH TREIDLER (1886-1981)
"Furness Cruising Ships...SS Queen of Bermuda * SS Ocean Monarch."

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TOMI UNGERER (1931-2019)
Wizard Air Freshener.

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TOMI UNGERER (1931-2019)
Gaines Dog Food.

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TOMI UNGERER (1931-2019)
"Prestige."

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HERNANDO GONZALLO VILLA (1881-1952)
"The Chief: Fastest Train to Chicago, Kansas City."

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BOB ZIERING (1933- )
Roberto Clemente.

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BOB ZIERING (1933- )
Horses and Jockeys.

Theater, Fashion, & Film

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JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963)
Concept sketch for Christian Bérard's Théâtre de la Mode.

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JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963)
"Knight" from "Les Chevaliers de la Table Ronde."

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JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1963)
"Chevalier au Faucon."

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JEAN COCTEAU (1889-1962)
"Le fils de l'air."

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ERTÉ [ROMAIN DE TIRTOFF 1892-1990]
Ganna Walska as Mélisande.

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JOE EULA (1925-2004)
Archive of drawings and designs for Jerome Robbins dance productions.

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EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
Amphigorey: A Musicale. Three proscenium designs.

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HENRY GRACE [CREW OF] (1907-1983)
"Mutiny on the Bounty."

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T.J. KUCK (d. 2008)
"Stage Fright."

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T.J. KUCK (d. 2008)
"The Story on Page One."

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GEORGES LEPAPE (1887-1971)
"La Rêverie."

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GEORGES LEPAPE (1887-1971)
"La Robe Grise - Balenciaga."

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ADRIANNE LOBEL (1955-)
"My One and Only."

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ADRIANNE LOBEL (1955-)
"L'Allegro."

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ADRIANNE LOBEL (1955-)
"An American Tragedy.

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JO MIELZINER (1901-1976)
"Start of the Fiesta."

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JO MIELZINER (1901-1976)
"Garage Scene."

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ROLPH SCARLETT (1889-1984)
Design for a modernist stage set.

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PAVEL TCHELITCHEW (1898-1957)
Set design.

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TONY WALTON (1934- )
Mary Poppins.

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FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI (1923-2019)
Villagers.

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CULMER BARNES (1874-1936)
"Exciting Times in Dogtown."

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DIK BROWNE (1917-1989)
"My Mother is Going to Visit Us!"

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MEL CASSON (1920-2008) & WILLIAM F. BROWN (1925-2019)
Group of Relationship-Themed "Boomer" Daily Comics.

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MEL CASSON (1920-2008) & WILLIAM F. BROWN (1925-2019)
Group of Doctor-Themed "Boomer" Daily Comics.

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JACK COLE (1914-1958)
"Indecisive."

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MEL CRAWFORD (1925-2015
"Oh, kiss me, fair maiden, and I will become a prince!"

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HERBERT CROWLEY (1873-1937)
"A Royal Puncture."

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HOWARD CRUSE (1944-2019)
Boxing Ring. * Chess Game.

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HOWARD CRUSE (1944-2019)
"Honey for Foot Care."

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HOWARD CRUSE (1944-2019)
"Auntie Moo's Typewriters."

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HOWARD CRUSE (1944-2019)
"Pandemic Civility."

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JACK DAVIS (1924-2016)
"Take me to your leader."

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JACK DAVIS (1924-2016)
"PG-13."

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JACK DAVIS (1924-2016)
"World's Smartest Fish."

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BILLY DeBECK (1890-1942)
"What?? No sleep for three nights??"

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STAN DRAKE (1921-1997)
Collage of Characters from "The Heart of Julie Jones."

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STAN DRAKE (1921-1997)
"You dash home to rescue Julie from the blues - and lo! She's the original happy kid!"

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RUBE GOLDBERG (1883-1970)
Group of three Cold War-era political cartoons.

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JOHNNY LEWIS HART (1931-2007)
"Gimmie a ticket to next week's earthquake."

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HERGÉ (GEORGE PROSPER REMI) (1907-1983)
TinTin.

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AL HIRSCHFELD (1903-2003)
Damon Runyon.

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AL HIRSCHFELD (1903-2003)
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in "Private Lives."

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TOM HENDERSON (1920-1970)
Princeton University Tiger.

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RANDY JONES (20th century)
Martin Luther King, Jr., W.E.B. Du Bois, and Thurgood Marshall in College Sweaters.

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BIL KEANE (1922-2011)
Addressing the Family Christmas Cards.

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BIL KEANE (1922-2011)
"How do you like our snow person?" * "Mrs. Tippit must be a good mommy."

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WALT KELLY (1913-1973)
"Don't you got no conscience?"

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FRANK KING (1883-1969)
"You get used to about everything in this war except not getting letters."

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JOSEF LADA (1887-1957)
"Colonel Schroeder"

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ROBERT LEIGHTON (1960- )
"I'm a voracious amasser of reading material."

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Lot 231
DAVID LEVINE (1926-2009)
Group of 7 cartoons featuring political figures of the 1960s, primarily Mao Zedong, Charles DeGaulle, Lyndon B. and Ladybird Johnson, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Nikita Khruschev

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Lot 232
DALE MESSICK (1906-2005)
"She's going to marry Hennie Horton!"

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Lot 233
[OTTO MESSMER (1892-1983)] (PAT SULLIVAN).
"I give up - I tried everything but I can't work my way in to see the circus." * "You're a clown in the circus - Lemme walk in with you like I'm your son - will ya, mister?"

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Lot 234
[OTTO MESSMER (1892-1983)] (PAT SULLIVAN).
"We could get in, maybe, if they had an elephant to wash, like the circus."

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Lot 235
[OTTO MESSMER (1892-1983)] (PAT SULLIVAN).
"Now, Danny, don't fail to give baby her bottle at nine fifteen, while we're out."

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Lot 236
NORMAN MINGO (1896-1980)
"The Planet of the Apes."

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Lot 237
NORMAN MINGO (1896-1980)
"Yes! Me Worry."

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Lot 238
RUSSELL MYERS (1938- )
"This is one tough crossword puzzle!"

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Lot 239
ALLAN NEUWIRTH (1956- ); and JOHN R. DILWORTH (1963-)
"Frankenstein."

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Lot 240
BRANT PARKER (1920-2007) & JOHNNY HART (1931-2007)
"All right, you're on your own now..."

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Lot 241
BEA PAUL (20th century)
Great Catch!

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Lot 242
CHARLES SCHULZ (1922-2000)
"Schroeder, how would you like to be my partner in the Christmas Skating show?"

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Lot 243
CHARLES SCHULZ (1922-2000)
"All right, you stupid beagle, if you're going to be my skating partner, get up!"

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Lot 244
LEONARD STARR (1925-2015)
"...Pete's away as much as I am."

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Lot 245
WILLIAM R. ["BUD"] TAMBLYN (1906-1989)
"Sloppy Salesman."

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Lot 246
JACK TIPPIT (1923-1994)
"Do you have opening night jitters, too?" * "Do you extend credit to someone whose allowance always runs out before the week does?"

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Lot 247
MORT WALKER (1923-2018) [signing as ADDISON]
"In case he ever slips he wants to be ready."

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Lot 248
MORT WALKER (1923-2018)
"Do you think that's some kind of a trick?

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Lot 249
MORT WALKER (1923-2018) [signing as ADDISON]
"I hope he doesn't go off to that obedience school and pick up a lot of wild ideas."

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Lot 250
MORT WALKER (1923-2018) & DIK BROWNE (1917-1989)
"Strike, You're Out!"

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Lot 251
MORT WALKER (1923-2018)
"Let's Go, Beetle!"

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Lot 252
(WALT DISNEY STUDIOS.)
"Snow White and Deer" * "Two Rabbits."

The New Yorker

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Lot 254
CHARLES ADDAMS (1912-1988)
"I imagine it's the University of Southern California."

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Lot 255
CONSTANTIN ALAJALOV (1900-1987)
"Standing Room Only."

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Lot 256
HARRY BLISS (1934- )
"Public School: K-Death."

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Lot 257
ROZ CHAST (1955- )
"Margerie N. and her famous labor-intensive cake."

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Lot 258
ROZ CHAST (1954- )
“Rejected by the School of Hard Knocks."

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Lot 259
MICHAEL CRAWFORD (1945-2016)
"This is Donovan. He's pretty sure he's gay, too."

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Lot 260
ARTHUR GETZ (1913-1996)
Car Towing Sailboat. * Sweeping Up After 5th Avenue Wedding.

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Lot 261
REA IRVIN (1881-1972)
TV in the Harem.

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Lot 262
EDWARD KOREN (1935- )
"'Henry, I admire people like you, who can unwind with a hobby' - From John Jay.""

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Lot 263
ROBERT LEIGHTON (1960- )
"What can I say? He makes me laugh."

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Lot 264
LEE LORENZ (1933- )
"Mr. Wrong."

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Lot 265
LEE LORENZ (1933- )
Fall Fashions.

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Lot 266
LEE LORENZ (1933- )
"You've been eating again."

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Lot 267
LEE LORENZ (1933- )
"As I recall, you're the one who insisted on a conquistador-size mattress."

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Lot 268
LEE LORENZ (1933- )
"It was only supposed to lift him gently into an upright position."

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Lot 269
FRANK MODELL (1917-2016)
"And how much is this bit of nonsense?"

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Lot 270
FRANK MODELL (1917-2016)
"Look, it doesn't necessarily mean I'm for him one hundred percent."

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Lot 271
FRANK MODELL (1917-2016)
"Bless you, Carol, and just promise you'll call me right away if it doesn't work out."

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Lot 272
FRANK MODELL (1917-2016)
"Not everybody could pull it off, but you can."

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Lot 273
FRANK MODELL (1917-2016)
"He just isn't happy unless he's in the eye of the hurricane."

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Lot 274
FRANK MODELL (1917-2016)
Wedding Cake Splitting Apart.

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Lot 275
CARL ROSE (1903-1971)
Couple Arguing in Venetian Gondola.

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Lot 276
BARBARA SHERMUND (1899-1978)
"And what's more, dearie-it's gonna grow on you."

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Children's Book & Magazine Illustration

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Joan walsh anglund (1926-2021)
“To Be A Ballerina.”

Together, group of 3 storyboard illustrations for pages 28 through 33 of A Bedtime Book by Anglund (New York: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1993). Watercolor and blue pen background on paper with acetate overlay, which has text pastedowns and is printed with image details. 210x364 mm; 8¼x14¼ inches, on 12x18-inch sheet. Unsigned. Taped to matte and archivally framed.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner directly from the artist.

Estimate

$800 – $1,200

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Clare beaton (1947- )
“The Wheels on the Bus.”

Alternate version of illustration for rhyme of the same title, published in Beaton’s Playtime Rhymes for Little People (Cambridge: Barefoot Books, Inc., 2001), pages 56-57. Felt, striped cloth, thread, beads, and buttons. 250x450 mm; 10x17¾ inches. Signed “Clare Beaton” in lower left image (in thread). Float mounted and framed. A copy of the book accompanies the lot.

Estimate

$600 – $900

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Clare beaton (1947- )
“There Was A Crooked Man.”

Illustration for rhyme of the same title, published in Beaton’s Nursery Rhymes (Cambridge: Barefoot Books, Inc., 2010), pages 3-4. Felt, thread, and beads. 280x380 mm; 11x19 inches. Signed “Clare Beaton” in lower right image (in thread). Float mounted and framed. A copy of the book accompanies the lot.

Estimate

$600 – $900

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Ludwig bemelmans (1898-1962)
“Parque Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro.”

Probable concept sketch for the Ferris wheel in Madeline and the Gypsies by Bemelmans (New York: Viking Press, 1959). Ink on paper adhered to board. 500x650 mm; 19¾x25½ inches (sheet). Signed “Bemelmans” in pencil and initialed “L.B.” in ink in lower center image, dated “Rio 10.M.58” at lower right. Titled “Parque Shanghai” at upper left and “Madeline & Gypsies / Made in France” at lower left.

Estimate

$2,500 – $3,500

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Marcia brown (1918-2015)
“A good stone soup should have cabbage…”

Illustration intended for Stone Soup by Brown (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1947). Pen, ink and watercolor on thin board. 190x385 mm; 7½x15 inches, on 11x17¼-inch sheet. Not signed. Hinged to board with matte and archivally framed. A copy of a later edition of the book accompanies the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Illustration House, February 1996.

Brown's retelling of the traditional folk tale was selected as a Caldecott Honor Book in 1948. Though the composition is nearly identical, numerous details in the final published illustration differ.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,500

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Mark buehner (1959- )
“Dingaling Pizza.”

Illustration for A Job for Wittilda by Caralyn Buehner (New York: Dial Books for Young Readers, 1993). Oil over acrylic on masonite panel. 320x300 mm; 12¾x11¾ inches. Signed “M. Buehner” in lower left image, again on verso, and with artist’s stamp on unattached backing paper. Laid into matte and archivally framed.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Every Picture Tells a Story, February 1999.

The book won the Children’s Book Council Children’s Choice Award in 1994, and the Utah Children’s Choice Award in 1997.

Estimate

$700 – $1,000

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Albert prentis button (1868-1931)
A Young Dick Turpin.

Illustration for an unidentified publication. Watercolor, graphite, and pencil on stiff paper mounted to board. 330x517 mm; 13x20½ inches. Signed and dated “Albert Prentice Button 1920” in graphite, lower left image. Laid into burnished gold wood frame.

Estimate

$1,200 – $1,800

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Harrison cady (1877-1970)
“‘Pooh!’ exclaimed Reddy Fox. ‘Who’s afraid of that fellow?’”

Illustration for page 10 of The Adventures of Prickly Porky by Thornton Burgess (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1916). Ink, ink wash, and gouache on board. 305x233 mm; 12x9 inches (image), on 22½x14-inch board. Signed “Harrison Cady” in lower left image and captioned in lower margin with “Prickly Porky” in upper margin. Laid into matte and archivally framed. A copy of the aforementioned 1916 edition of the book accompanies the lot, along with a 1943 edition in which the illustration in the lot is not pictured (Don Mills, Ontario: McClelland & Stewart, Limited, 1943).

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Illustration House, Inc.

Estimate

$800 – $1,200

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Tony chen (1929- )
“Adam and Eve.”

Illustration for The Illustrated Children’s Bible by Sandol Stoddard (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1983), page 16. A cropped version of the illustration was subsequently published in A Child’s First Bible by Sandol Stoddard (New York: Dial Books for Young Readers, 1991). Watercolor over graphite on paper mounted to larger sheet. 330x244 mm; 13x9½ inches, on 14¼x10-inch sheet mounted to larger sheet. Signed “Tony Chen” and dated 1984 in lower right image.

Estimate

$400 – $600

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Walter crane (1845-1915)
“The Song of Sixpence Picture Book.”

Full cover design created for the John Lane re-issue of this title from the George Routledge Picture Books series of the 1870s (London & New York: John Lane, circa 1909). White gouache on blue paper. 235x240 mm; 9¼x9½ inches, on 10½x9¾-inch sheet. Front cover with Crane's monogram near lower center image and on spine at lower left, float mounted with stepped matte. Rear cover is darker blue paper, with Crane's and publisher's monograms, taped to matte. The two framed together (rear cover on back of frame).

Provenance: Laurie E. Deval, associate of Percy H. Muir at Elkin Matthews Ltd. booksellers, London; purchased by Maurice Sendak, circa 1960s; gifted by Maurice Sendak to Lynn Caponera; private collection, New York.


The artwork once hung on Sendak's wall in his private retreat farmhouse (Cambridge, New York).

Estimate

$4,000 – $6,000

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Tomie de paola (1934-2020)
“I love you, Sun, I love you, Moon.”

Double-page spread for title page of the book of the same title by Karen Pandell (New York: G.P. Putnam, 1994). Watercolor on paper. 145x328 mm; 5¾x13 inches, on 6½x14½-inch sheet. Signed “de Paola” in lower right image. Hinged to window matte. Provenance: Cove Gallery; private collection.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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Alexandra day [sandra louise woodward darling] (1941- )
“…see them picnic on their holiday.”

Painting after illustration published in The Teddy Bears’ Picnic by Jimmy Kennedy (New York: Green Tiger Press, 1983). Egg tempera on paper. 510x700 mm; 20x27½ inches, on 21¾x29¼-inch sheet. Signed “Alexandra Day” in lower right image. Taped to matte and framed. A copy of the book accompanies the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Every Picture Tells A Story, April 1998.

The full caption reads “Watch them, catch them unawares/And see them picnic on their holiday/See them gaily gad about.”

Estimate

$800 – $1,200

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Roger duvoisin (1904-1980)
“A Doll for Marie.”

Together, group of 3 preliminary studies for a book of the same title by Louise Fatio (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957). Mixed media, including ink and charcoal on paper, one with added color in gouache. Image sizes vary, all on 11¾x15¾-inch sheets. Unsigned. Hinged to boards with window mattes.

Group includes: “And while the dogs ran off fighting over the dress, the antique doll lay on the sidewalk in her underwear, a horrible situation for such a fancy doll;” “Marie sewed new underwear for the doll, a cotton dress, and a pair of slacks for cold weather;” “She had a little girl to love her, to kiss her good night and tuck her into bed.”

Estimate

$600 – $900

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Michael foreman (1938- )
“Toad the Terror, The Traffic-Queller.”

Double-page illustration for pages 106 to 107 of The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame (London: Pavilion Books, 2001). Watercolor over graphite on paper. 195x435 mm; 7¾x17¼ inches, on 15½x20½-inch sheet. Signed “Michael Foreman” in lower left image. Hinged to board with matte and archivally framed. A copy of the book signed by Foreman accompanies the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Chris Beetles, Ltd., November 2001.

Exhibited: Chris Beetles, Ltd,. The British Art of Illustration 1900-2001; The Twentieth Century.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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George garland (20th century)
“Heroes and Heroines of Many Lands.”

Together, incomplete group of 11 illustrations from the book of the same title by Jay Strong (New York: Hart Pub. Co., 1965). Graphite and charcoal (some with white gouache) on paper; all either stapled or taped to board. Image and sheet sizes vary, most about 160x260 mm; 6¼x10¼ inches, on 9½x12¾-inch sheets. A copy of the book accompanies the lot. Unsigned. Not dated.

Group includes: “…Horatius right deftly turned the blow” (“Horatius,” page 26),“Eliezer…stabbed the elephant to death” (“The Maccabees,” pages 44-45), “…fought in public…against…wild beasts…” (“Spartacus,” pages 52-53), “Joan and her army attacked Orleans” (“Joan of Arc,” pages 70-71), “Water! Water or I die!” (“Sir Philip Sidney,” pages 74-75), “…Vincent de Paul pulled at the heavy oars…” (“Vincent de Paul,” page 84), “Then he rode into the fray, and the Polish peasants rushed to follow him” (“Thaddeus Kosciuszko,” pages 90-91), “On O’Higgins drove them, on and on – straight for the Spanish lines” (“Bernardo O’Higgins,” pages 110-111), “As she stepped into the compound, she gasped with horror” (“Florence Nightingale,” pages 120-121), “Doctor Livingstone, I presume,” said Henry Stanley…” (“David Livingstone,” pages 134-135), “…she preached to the rough hardy men…” (“Evangeline Booth,” pages 154-155).

Estimate

$500 – $750

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Roy gerrard (1935-1997)
Relaxing by the Pool.

Double-page spread for pages 6 and 7 of Jocasta Carr, Movie Star by Gerrard (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1992). Watercolor, acrylic, and ink over graphite on paper. 228x430 mm; 9x17 inches, on 13¼x20¼-inch sheet. Signed “Gerrard” in lower right image. Hinged to board with matte and archivally framed.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Elizabeth Stone Gallery, December 1999.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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Hardie gramatky (1907-1979)
“The Wondrous World of Little Toot.”

Preliminary sketch for book advertisement featuring “Little Toot” and his friends in various scenes. Tempera, graphite, and ink on board. 282x225 mm; 11x8¾ inches. Signed “Hardie Gramatky” in upper center image. Not dated. Float mounted and archivally framed. Not removed from frame for inspection.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Illustration House, Inc.

Estimate

$2,000 – $3,000

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Eric gurney (1910-1992)
“The Digging-est Dog.”

Together, 29 illustrations for the cover, endpapers, and nearly complete interior pages for book of the same title by Al Perkins (New York: Random House, 1967). Primarily pen and ink over blue pencil on paper, some with collaged elements and correction fluid. Full sheets measure 345x480 mm; 13¾x19 inches. All sheets signed “E. Gurney” in lower right image. Cornered to pages in spiral-bound portfolio. With registration marks, page numbers, and scattered printer’s notes in margins. Lot excludes title page, pages 8-9, 16-17, 18-19, and 30-31. A copy of the book, a storyboard of the cover with printed pastedowns, and an additional color sketch for the cover with printing notations accompany the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Illustration House, Inc.

Estimate

$1,200 – $1,800

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Michael hague (1948- )
“U is for Ursula, a quite useless bear…”

Illustration for page 24 of Alphabears: An ABC Book by Kathleen Hague (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1984). Pen, ink, watercolor, and gouache over graphite on board. 248x235 mm; 9¾x9¼ inches, on 11¾x11½-inch board. Signed “Michael Hague” in lower left image. Laid into matte and archivally framed. A copy of the book accompanies the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Aleph-Bet Books, February 1998.

The full published caption reads “U is for Ursula, a quite useless bear/Who seems to do nothing but just sit and stare.”

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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Georg hallensleben (1958- )
“Close Your Eyes.”

Front and back cover illustrations for book of the same title by Kate Banks (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002), with their labels on frame backing. Acrylic on thin glossy paper. Front cover is 345x325 mm; 13½x13 inches. Back cover is 357x324 mm; 14x12¾ inches. Both titled, signed “G. Hallensleben,” and dated 2001 on verso. Hinged to board; matted together and archivally framed. A copy of the book accompanies the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from Storyopolis, August 2003.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,500

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Mary haverfield (20th century)
“Mocha loved little goldfish!”

Illustration for pages 24 and 25 of Mocha the Real Doctor by Jane Roberts Wood (Albany, Texas: Bright Sky Press, 2003). Watercolor, gouache, and colored pencil on thick paper. 250x470 mm; 9¾x18½ inches, on 13x21½-inch sheet. Signed “M. Haverfield” in lower right margin. Hinged to board with matte and archivally framed. A copy of the book signed by Jane Roberts Wood accompanies the lot.

Provenance: Acquired by the current owner directly from The Artist, 2004.

Estimate

$700 – $1,000

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Will hillenbrand (1960- )
“Sam Sunday and the Mystery at the Ocean Beach Hotel.”

Illustration for the cover and pages 6-7 for book of the same title by Robyn Supraner (New York: Viking, 1996). Mixed media, including watercolor, gouache, and graphite on paper. 415x415 mm; 16¼x16¼ inches, on 17½x18-inch sheet. Signed “Will Hillenbrand” and dated [19]95 in lower right image. Float mounted and archivally framed.

Provenance: Acquired by the current owner from Hillenbrand & Rosen, August 1997.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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Steven kellogg (1941-)
“Tallyho, Pinkerton!”

Dust jacket illustration for book of the same title by Kellogg (New York: Dial Books for Young Readers, 1982). Mixed media, including ink, watercolor, and acrylic over graphite on thin board. 274x215 mm; 10¾x8½ inches, on 12¾x10¾-inch sheet. Signed “Steven Kellogg” and titled “Jacket art for Tallyho Pinkerton” in graphite in lower margin. Taped to matte and archivally framed. Accompanied by a signed and inscribed copy of Pinkerton, Behave! by Kellogg (New York: Dial Books for Young Readers,1979). The book’s inscription reads “For our friend Fiona from [sketch of Pinkerton] and Steve Kellogg.”

Provenance: Acquired by current owner from D.C.T. Auction, 2007.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,500