The Saturday Evening Post October 8 1921 Lithograph
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:: Awesome vintage 1970's lithograph of The Saturday Evening Post cover dated October 8, 1921. Medium gauge paper with slight gloss. Illustration on cover features grieving boy with what must be a naught puppy since his collar reads: For Sale. According to SaturdayEveningPost.com MacDonall came from the mid-west to Westport Connecticut. He did few covers for The Saturday Evening Post, but was particularly well known for his poignant illustrations of children. This particular piece was apparently the artist rendition of a vividly accounted scene by a reader of The Saturday Evening Post, who wrote in to the magazine the true scene, and was subsequently painted by MacDonall. Art by Angus MacDonall titled St. Bernard For Sale. Timeless and classic appeal. Further print reads Vol. 194. No. 15, In this number: Hal G. Evarts - Kennett Harris - George Weston - John Taintor Foote - Richard Connell - Lowell Otus Reese. Copyright and likely made around, 1972. Curtis Publish Co / Published By Donald Art Co. Inc., NY Condition: Very good condition, signs of handling, minor creases and corners not perfectly sharp. Full size measures 10.5" x 14.5" and cropped, the dimensions would be slightly smaller.
Item ID: 01424
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