1954 Rowland Emett Article "Witty British Artist"

Description: 1954 ROWLAND EMETT vintage magazine article.

Size: The dimensions of each page of the 12-page article are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm).

Condition: This original vintage 12-page article is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted ().

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Description: 1954 ROWLAND EMETT vintage magazine article "Witty British Artist"
-- An Answer to Yorktown ... A witty British artist's friendly portrait of the U.S. shows that bygones are bygones -- anyway, almost ... Rowland Emett is a brilliant British cartoonist, creator of a spidery, rather furry engine named Nellie which pulls, across the pages of Punch, the rickety coaches of the Far Tottering & Oyster Creek Railway. Recently Mr. Emett made a five-month, 8,000-mile tour of the U.S. during which, upon commission from LIFE, he made sketches for this 12-page portfolio. --

Size: The dimensions of each page of the 12-page article are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm).

Condition: This original vintage 12-page article is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted ().

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1954 Rowland Emett Article "Witty British Artist"

1954 Rowland Emett Article "Witty British Artist"

Description: 1954 ROWLAND EMETT vintage magazine article.

Size: The dimensions of each page of the 12-page article are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm).

Condition: This original vintage 12-page article is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted ().

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