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    Robert and Charles Crumb - Original Sketches (1962). Two of the infamous Crumb brothers, Robert and his brother, Charles, put pencil to sketch paper and created some amazing work, which has seldom been seen. Some typical Robert Crumb ladies are surrounded by other small sketches by his brother, Charles, of bodiless heads, and sound effects. the opposite side features an Easter Island-like scenario by Charles, of monumental heads, which seem to be alive, curtained by cute Robert Crumb characters. The piece measures 6.5" x 8.5" with art flowing to most edges. The paper is slightly tan, but in excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2003
    17th Sunday
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