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NORMAN LINDSAY - LIVERY STABLEMAN AND SARDONIC PATRON
Norman Lindsay - Livery Stableman and Sardonic Patron


 
NORMAN LINDSAY
Livery Stableman and Sardonic Patron
Date unknown
Pen and ink on paper
29.5 x 25.8 cm
Signed lower centre

Norman worked at the Bulletin for a period of fifty years and for most of that time he produced a cartoon for publication in each week's edition. This is an original pen and ink of a Bulletin cartoon and the handwritten caption reads:
Livery Stableman
Well, I must say, you 'ave been driving the 'orse a treat. You've regular knocked 'im up.
Sardonic Patron
Well, you see, I drove to my Aunt's funeral, and I had to keep up with the hearse, for decency's sake.

This inscription is hand written in pen and ink below the image and can be seen in the mount.

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Original pen and ink drawing