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Kuhn, Walt

Price: $1,250.00

Description:  Lone bird approached by flock

Comment:  Kuhn was an important advocate of social conscience before he became better known as a painter than as an illustrator. The subject matter for this one is President Theodore Roosevelt’s March 13, 1905 speech “On American Motherhood.” The concept of “race suicide” is that there are not enough Caucasian babies being born while the birthrate for people of color escalates… as such contraception was deemed unpatriotic. Thank goodness no one asked me to made this stuff up because, surely, I could not. Something of a case where the more things change, the more they stay the same. Whether one agrees with the sentiment or not, there’s no doubt that Kuhn knew how to use a pen. 

Price: $1,250  (includes domestic shipping)


Artist Walt Kuhn (1877-1949)
Condition Good, not framed
Medium Pen and ink
Publication Information Likely for LIFE magazine, ca. 1905.
Literature Included in The Brandywine River Museum’s 1988 exhibition “Masters of the Pen”
Signature Signed lower right
Size 8.75 x 16.75”
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