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Booth, George

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Price: $ 2,500.00

Description: Dog sitting next to sign

Comment: In a 1999 interview with the Boston Phoenix, Booth recalls this cartoon, saying “I drew an ornery-looking mutt in the New Yorker and somebody wrote a letter and said, ‘Is that an English bull terrier?’ And I didn’t know what they looked like. I went to the library, and gradually the dog became an English bull terrier… I had drawn a dog sitting next to a sign that read Beware of skittish dog. That was the character that started that. I think Mr. Shawn had said something about it. He liked it.”

Information

Artist George Booth (b. 1926)
Caption “BEWARE! – Skittish dog”
Condition The ink has faded somewhat, otherwise good, framed.
Medium pen and ink
Publication Information Not published, rather a version of one of Booth’s most recognized cartoons. The published version appeared in The New Yorker on August 15th, 1977. A third version appears in the book, Omnibooth: The Best of George Booth. A copy of the book accompanies the purchase of the artwork.
Signature signed, lower right.
Size 2.75 x 4.5”

Location

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