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    Skip Williamson Drawl "The Anointment of Newt" Cover Illustration (1995). Former Speaker of the House, Presidential candidate, and outspoken pundit Newt Gingrich gets skewered by the razor-sharp wit of Skip Williamson in this wild ink on bristol board cartoon illustration. It was featured on the cover of Drawl, the long-running Atlanta, Georgia-based magazine on all things Southern, and has an image area of approximately 8" x 12.5". In Excellent condition.

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    November, 2012
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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