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    Edwina Dumm - Dog Painting Original Art (c. 1950-60s). Edwina drew the popular Cap Stubbs and Tippie comic strip from 1918 until her retirement in 1966, when she remained active with watercolor paintings and photography. This watercolor on textured board painting is of a dog very much like Tippie; it's matted with an opening of 7.5" x 8.5" and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 14" x 16". Signed "Edwina" in the lower right. Very Good condition; frame shows some handling wear.

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    August, 2016
    7th Sunday
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