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    OEuvres nouvelles de Gavarni, "Pour deux dominos, un noir et un blanc.. by Gavarni

    Paris: Le Charivari, 1847. Lithograph. Image: 20 x 16.5 cm. Sheet: 36 x 24 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 1045. Published in Le Charivari, text verso.


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    Ce brave François vous est bien attaché. No. 26 by Lithographer

    Aubert and Junca, 19th cent. Lithograph. Image: 6-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches. Sheet: 9-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches.


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    Check mate." by Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)

    London: Thomas McLean, 1835. . 14 x 10.75 inches. Unbound sheet. Black and white etching. Good with marginal tearing on top edge. Original etching. Signed and titled in the plate. Text on bottom right of plate reads: "Pub.d. by Tho. McLean, 26 Haymarket Aug. 1st, 1835." Text on bottom left corner includes Cruikshank's signature: "Etched by G. Cruikshank."


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    Hung N' Hurtin' Beer by Geiser, David (born June 28, 1948)

    New York: 1979. Humorous sketch on an envelope addressed to the art printer Ernest F. De Soto., Tom Brian, Paul Moe, Larry Curly. 3.75 x 7.25 inches. Dave Geiser wrote and drew a series of subversive and twisted underground comics in the early 1970s while living and working in San Francisco. Along with Robert Crumb, Rick Griffin, S Clay Wilson (among others) this group of groundbreaking artists created a series of brain-searing commentaries on the 1960s and 1970s heavily drug influenced counter culture movement. Sexual, subversive, and definitely twisted, you will not see the world the same after reading some of these books. Provenance: Estate of Ernest F. De Soto.


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    L'Eloquence de la Chair, no. 20. "Pardon, mon cher! faut que je vous quitte.. by Gavarni

    Paris: Le Charivari, 1843. Lithograph. Image: 19.5 x 15 cm. Sheet: 36.5 x 25 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 552. Published in Le Charivari, text verso.


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    OEuvres nouvelles de Gavarni, "Parfait (le) Créancier by Gavarni

    Paris: Le Charivari, 1846. Lithograph. Image: 20 x 16.5 cm. Sheet: 36 x 24 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 1130. Published in Le Charivari, text verso. Foxing.


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    Original Signed Cartoon of Bill Clinton by HANDELSMAN, Walt (1956 - )

    New Orleans, 1996. unbound. 1 page on "The Times - Picayune" letterhead, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, New Orleans, 1996. Signed on the left side: "Best Wishes...Walt Handelsman 1996." Fine. One of the most widely reprinted cartoonists in America; he has won every major journalism award for cartoon excellence, including two Pulitzers.


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    Les Parties de Bain No. 2 by Emy, Henri

    Paris: Galerie Vero-Dodat, Paris, ca. 1840s. Lithograph. Image: 16-1/2 x 20 cm. Sheet: 24-1/2 x 32-1/2 cm. Foxing in margins.


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    A Survey by BEERBOHM, Max

    London: Heinemann, 1921. First. hardcover. fine. Colored frontispiece & 51 other mounted caricatures and satirical fantasies. Square 4to, handsomely rebound in 1/2 crimson morocco, decorative spine. London: Heinemann, 1921. First Edition. Fine.


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    There is Nothing Like a Dane! The Lighter Side of Hamlet by Francis, Clive

    New York: Thomas Dunne/St. Martin's Griffin, 2003 1st Am. ed. 96pp. illus. paperback 8vo: near Fine [text is lightly age browned; else a nice crisp copy] A compilation of mostly funny but some serious pieces about "Hamlet" with wonderful theatrical caricatures by the author.


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    A General Group by VANITY FAIR

    London: Vanity Fair, 1900. Leslie Ward (Spy). Color lithograph. Sheet measures 15 x 21.25." This supplement to Vanity Fair titled "A General Group", dates to November 29, 1900 and features the caricatures of British military officers - Lord Roberts, Sir Redvers Buller, Lord Kitchener, General Archibald Hunter, General French, General Pole-Carew, Sir George White, Lord Dundonald, General Baden-Powell, Colonel Plumer, Sir Frederick Carrington, and General Hector MacDonald. On the day that this caricature was published Field Marshal Lord Roberts formally relinquished command of the forces in South Africa to Major General Lord Kitchener, who was immediately promoted lieutenant-general with the local rank of general. The original artist was Sir Leslie Ward, otherwise known as "Spy," who was a British cartoonist celebrated for his satiric portraits. The print is in good condition with minor wear along the original folds and some foxing. The British Vanity Fair (1868--1914), a compendium and often critique of Victorian culture, is best known today for its lithographed caricatures of contemporary figures and issues. Its portrait series pictured and described--with both praise and caricature--prominent Victorian and Edwardian politicians, lawyers, doctors, and similar professionals. Their images, often accompanied literary and political articles, cultural reviews, serialized fiction, and other standard weekly magazine features. As the publication grew, it turned increasingly toward gossip as a topic.


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    Signed Limited Edition Lithograph by HIRSCHFELD, Al (1903 - 2003)

    Montblanc, 1992. unbound. 17 x 14 inches, No. 31 of 100, published by Montblanc on March 3, 1992 and titled "Montblanc de la Culture: The 1992 Jury of Artists." This piece depicts Helen Frankenthaler, Karen Kain, Seiji Ozawa, Isaac Stern, Dame Joan Sutherland, Robert Wilson, and Al Hirschfeld. Hirschfeld has signed and numbered the lithograph in pencil, but has customized it by drawing a pair of hands in ink from the caricature of Seiji Ozawa to his name, then adding the date 4/21/92. Exceptional in every manner and offered in the same condition as issued by Montblanc in 1992. American caricaturist best known for his black-and-white portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars.


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    Jeanne d'Arc by Gavarni

    Paris, 1843. Lithograph. Image: 13 x 18 cm. Sheet: 25.5 x 16 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, Gavarni, no. 1636.


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    Les Mauvais Locataires, no. 12. "Je crois qu'il n'est prudent de lui lacher.. by Roubaud, Benjamin (1811-1847)

    Aubert, Gal. Vero-Dodat, Paris, ca. 1830s. Lithograph. Image: 22.5 x 18.5 cm. Sheet: 32.5 x 24.5 cm. Foxing.


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    The Reception of the Diplomatique & his Suite, at the Court of Pekin by GILLRAY, James

    London: Henry Bohn, 1847. Etching. Image measures 12.5 x 15.75." This print comments on the pathetic attempt in September 1792 by British emissaries to flatter the Chinese Emperor with gifts such as toys and other curiosities in their efforts to improve trade relations for British merchant firms such as the East India Company, which had long had a monopoly over the spice trade with Southeast Asia and also served as an instigator of British imperialism into places such as India and China. Struggling to entertain the elderly Emperor Qianlong, the leader of the British embassy, Viscount George Macartney and his large party presents the Chinese court with "wonders" of British ingenuity such as model ships and a miniature of George III. Hardly impressed, the Emperor Qianlong disdainfully blows pipe-smoke into the face of Macartney who alone was not obligated to kowtow to the emperor. Behind Macartney, the other British emissaries attempt to kowtow. This diplomatic mission was largely unsuccessful and Macartney was dismissed a week after his only meeting with the emperor. This edition of Gillray's etching was published by Henry Bohn, who, between 1845-1851, published numerous volumes of prints from the artist's original plates. The print is in good condition with some chips and tears to the edges. James Gillray (1756-1816) was a British caricaturist and printmaker who used impressive manipulation of the human form to create some of the most biting satire of the period. With subjects ranging from ladies' fashion to the Napoleonic Wars, Gillray' ridicule of leaders such as Napoleon all the way to George III were rarely rivaled in their sardonic humor or their originality. Thus, the print appears as exemplary of the work for which Gillray is famous.


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    OEuvres nouvelles de Gavarni, "Ce que femme veut, Dieu le veut.. by Gavarni

    Paris: Le Charivari, 1846. Lithograph. Image: 20 x 16.5 cm. Sheet: 36 x 24 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 1092. Published in Le Charivari, text verso. Foxing in margins.


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    Séducteur. "Ah! Monsieur, pour qui me prenez vous. by Lorentz, A.J

    Aubert, Gal. Vero-Dodat, Paris, ca. 1850. Lithograph. Image: 20.5 x 16.5 cm. Sheet: 32 x 24 cm.


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    Corporal et Chemisier de Monsieur by Gavarni

    Paris, ca. 1857. Lithograph. Image: 29 x 19 cm. Sheet: 29 x 40 cm. Lithograph by Gavarni. Armelhautl & Bocher, Gavarni, no. 1871.


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    Alfred E. Newman as Drummer by Berg, David

    ca. 1950s. Ink and watercolor. 12 x 9 inches Dedicated to the song writer Jeff James.


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    La Musique..." Les Muses, no.3 by Gavarni

    Paris, 1839. Lithograph. Image: 21 x 26 cm. Sheet: 24.5 x 36 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 290.


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    L'argent, no. 1. "L'action et la Capitaliste" by Roubaud, Benjamin (1811-1847)

    Aubert, Gal. Vero-Dodat, Paris, ca. 1830s. Lithograph. Image: 20 x 16 cm. Sheet: 32-1/2 x 24-1/2 cm.


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    Royal Cock Pit by Rowlandson, Thomas; Pugin, A. C

    London: R. Ackermann, 1808. Good overall. The Royal Cockpit, Birdcage Walk, St James, color lithograph from 'Ackermann's Repository of Arts'. Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) was an English artist and caricaturist; Augustus Charles Pugin(1762-1832) was a French English artist who collaborated with Rowlandson often on illustrations for Ackermann's works. Light general toning over image, margins marked including spot on title. 10 1/4 x 8 1/2"


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    OEuvres nouvelles de Gavarni, "Ma'm'selle ta fille, si tu la rencontres.. by Gavarni

    Paris: Le Charivari, 1847. Lithograph. Image: 20 x 16.5 cm. Sheet: 36 x 24 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 1110. Published in Le Charivari, text verso. Foxing.


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    Paris le Soir, no. 20. "Comme ils se sont amusés.. by Gavarni

    Paris: Le Charivari, 1841. Lithograph. Image: 19.5 x 16 cm. Sheet: 36.5 x 25 cm. Armelhault & Bocher, no. 931. Published in Le Charivari, white verso.


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    Jerry Brown Illustrated by Beauxarts

    San Francisco, Calif.: Beauxarts, 1978. 96 pp. Illustrated in black and white. 4to. Wraps. Political cartoons.


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