Gilbert Bundy Cartoon from Esquire Magazine Oct. 1956
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This is a wonderful, vintage cartoon by Gilbert Bundy. His worked appeared in a number of magazines including The Saturday Evening Post and Esquire Magazine. He not only did cartoons, but also was the artists for many advertisements in the 1940's and 1950's.
This cartoon is from an Esquire Magazine dated October, 1956. It features a very stylish woman in her attorney?s office. The attorney looks perplexed as the woman states, "If I didn?t need the alimony so much, I'd try for a reconciliation."The amazing thing about finding this cartoon in good condition is that it is one of Mr. Bundy?s cartoon featured on a website in his honor. To see his other work AND this cartoon, please visit the American Art Archives website.The page is in relatively good condition considering age. There are staple holes on the left side of the sheet where it was bound in the magazine. There is a very light water stain on the lower edge of the page, but is more apparent on the back side. The left side is a bit ragged because of the way this magazine had been bound together, however, I will trim this straight upon request. There are two vertical fractures on the page that are difficult to see unless turned in the right light. The page has darkened slightly with age.
This would make a great matted and framed item!
See the photo of the title page of the magazine to verify the date of the cartoon. This page is not included but for information only.Please include $2.00 for shipping in the U.S. Add an additional $1.30 if you want the shipment insured.
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