Original Cartoon Art the Dress-Makers ."Let Me Have Another Piece, Sam" Ink on Paper Signed At Lower Right
Art on paper
by Lynch, James ("Jim")
n.p.: n. p.. Art on paper. An elaborate ink on paper cartoon, 10 x 15", shows Gompers cutting out anti-Soviet propaganda and handing it to Secretary of State Huighes so he can use it to continue to cover up dress makers mannequin labled "Truth about Russia." Very good+ with very tiny signs of wear at edges. Jim Lynch was a prolific Industrial Workers of the World cartoonist, who contributed many cartoons to IWW publications; Lynch covered many themes, including the prevalence of racism, in his cartoons. Unlike many of his IWW colleagues, Lynch was a professional artist who also drew cartoons for the bourgeois press Very good+ with old horizontal fold at denter. ; 10 x 15"; 1 pp . (Inventory #: 26738)
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