OLD COMIC AND NEW YORKER ARTISTS

ERNIE BUSHMILLER 

 

 Nancy Daily Strip, 1-22-52
Ink on paper 
5.25"  X 19" 

Split Decision, 1949
Ink on paper
5" x 18 3/4"

What a Joint!, 1949
Ink on paper
10" X 15" 

Bittersweet, 1949
Ink on paper
5" x 18 3/4"

What in a Name?, 1949
Ink on paper
5" x 18 3/4"

Loan Cone, 1949
Ink on paper
5" x 18 3/4"

Beat it, 1950
Ink over pencil on paper 
5" X 19"

1/30/52
Ink over pencil on paper 
5" X 19"

In Bad Shape, 1944
Ink over pencil on paper 
5" X 18 1/3"

Poplar, 1949
Ink over pencil on paper 
10" X 15"

Net Profit, 1949
Ink over pencil on paper 
5" X 18 3/4"

If, 1969
Ink over pencil on paper 
5" X 18" 

CHESTER GOULD

 

Dick Tracy, 1967
ink, graphite, watercolor on paper 

11" X 13"
(Chicago Tribune, 1967)

Dick Tracy, 4/19/1953
ink on paper 
18" X 27"

Dick Tracy, 2/5/1961
Ink on paper 
18" x 27"

Dick Tracy Sunday Strip, 5/12/63
Ink on paper 
18" x 27"

Dick Tracy, 5/3/1964
ink on paper 
24" X 19 3/4"

Dick Tracy Sunday Comic Strip, 5/9/71
Ink over pencil on board
25 1/4" X 21 1/4"

Dick Tracy, 11/14/1976
ink on paper 
14" x 20 1/2"

Dick Tracy, 2/21/1936
ink on paper 
5 3/4" x 20"

Dick Tracy, 12/6/1972
ink on paper 
5" x 16 1/2"
(Chicago Tribune, 1972)

Dick Tracy, 11/14/1976
ink on paper 

14" x 20 1/2"

JULES FEIFFER

 

Now We Come to the Media, 1973
Ink on paper
Sheet size: 11 1/2" X 14 1/2" 

I Want a Job, 1972
Ink on paper 
7" X 14"

The Recantation Show, 1959
Pen and ink on illustration board
Signed and dated 
9 1/2" X 12 1/2" 

I Had My Office Painted..., 1976
Ink on paper
Image size: 7" x 14"
Sheet size: 11 3/4" x 14"

HELEN HOKINSON

 
"Just what is it that you don't like about the October Fantasy Salad?"
Grisaille over pencil outlines on illustration paper
Signed on verso
8 1/2" X 8 1/2"
Illustrated in the New Yorker
 

FRANK KING

Gasoline Alley - Sunday Strip, 3/24/1946
Ink, graphite, watercolor on paper 
21" x 17"

Gasoline Alley - 3/28/1947 
Ink and graphite on paper 
10" X 15"

 

ED KOREN

The Misfortune of Others II, 1979
Ink on paper (4 pages)
29" x 24 1/4" (framed)

CHARLES E. MARTIN

 

Modern Art Eggs in a Basket
New Yorker Cover, April 13, 1963
Watercolor, gouache and charcoal on paper 
17" x 12"

 

SETH

"It's something about two bucks, dear."
Weekend Magazine, 1961 (1996)
ink on paper
12 x 9 5/8"
(30 cm x 24 cm)

Untitled
Popular Cartoons, June 1978 — a reprint from the '50s (1996)
ink on paper
12 5/8" x 10"
(32 cm x 25 cm)

Untitled
Gee-Whiz, Sept. 1956 (1996)
ink on paper
13" x 12 1/2"
(33 cm x 32 cm)

"Why didn't you tell me you weren't a girl before we were married?"
Saturday Evening Post, Jan. 1951 (1996)
ink on paper
14" x 11 1/4"
(36 cm x 29 cm)

EDWARD SOREL

 

Norman Mailer Creates God in His Own Image, 1973
Ink, watercolor on paper
13" x 9"

The Death of Uncle Sam (after Benjamin West), 1973
Ink on paper
16" x 13" 

WILLIAM STEIG

 

Scram!, 1945
watercolor, ink, crayon on paper
11" x 14"

A Spiteful Little Man, 1939
Ink on paper
5 7/8" x 4 7/8"
Published in About People, 1939

Untitled (Dive)
Ink, watercolor on paper
8" x 16"

Untitled (Hunting)
Ink, watercolor on paper
8" x 16"

Coming Home from Work
Ink on paper
10 3/4" x 16 3/8"

Four Portraits
Ink on paper 
8 1/2" x 7"

The Perfect Wife
Ink and watercolor on paper 
Signed 
12" X 9"

WILLIAM STEVENSON

 

"Hi, my name is Dan. I'll be introducing you to Mark, who will be taking your drink order, and after that to Gloria, who will be your waitress." 1983
Watercolor, ink on paper 
12 3/4" x 16"

 

RICHARD TAYLOR 

"It's over there, Madam, right under the woman with the big feet." 1946
ink on paper 
19" x 14 1/2"
reproduced in the New Yorker Magazine, May 1940

"Er . . . , how long will it take?", 1940
ink on paper 
15" x 20"
reproduced in the New Yorker Magazine, Dec. 1940

"Art Class, Abstract Painting"
Watercolor and ink on paper
9 3/4" x 7 3/4"

"I wouldn't know, I'm a leg man myself"
Graphite on paper, c. 1946 
16 3/4" x 13 3/4"
reproduced in Playboy

"It's 'Winkie' Against the World, Now - But Then, That's What He's Always Wanted."
Graphite on paper, c. 1946 
14" x 16 1/2"

"It's 'Winkie' Against the World, Now - But Then, That's What He's Always Wanted."
Graphite on paper, c. 1946 
14" x 16 1/2"

"Let Me See - I Think That Was The Year I Was Crossed in Love By That Football Halfback"
Graphite on paper, c. 1946 
17 3/4" x 13 3/4"

"For Posing, My Terms are a Dollar an Hour, Room and Board"
Graphite on paper, c. 1946 
17 3/4" x 13 3/4"
reproduced in Playboy