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    Robert Crumb Oggie the Frog Sketch Original Art (c. 1964). Oggie sings for his supper -- or is he about to become supper, with a dab of mustard? Nice pen-and-ink sketch from Robert's early professional period, back when he was working at American Greetings. The sketch, which first saw print in Don Fiene's R. Crumb Checklist in 1981, is on thin bristol, with an image area of approximately 6.5" x 7"; it was glued to a larger piece of board, and matted for an overall 12" x 15". The art is separated from the backing board, and could be easily reattached. Very Good condition, with a few small stains, away from the image area.

    More information about Robert Crumb, also known as Crumb, Robert, Robert Crumb, Crumb, R., R. Crumb.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2012
    22nd-24th Wednesday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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