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    Robert Fawcett (attributed) - Sketch Original Art (undated). This pencil and marker "preliminary" drawing of a young couple in an attic with a baby crib is drawn with the same skill that Robert Fawcett used on his more finished pieces. The overall paper measures 18.5" x 23", while the image area is 11.5" x 16". The art is drawn on tracing paper and there are three vertical and one horizontal folds in the paper. There are also a few small holes in the paper; overall the art is in Good condition. This "rough" is a skillful drawing by one of America's greatest illustrators. Fawcett has inscribed the piece,"Ed -- Do you collect these g.d. things? Here's one from Gd. House -- RF".

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    June, 2004
    6th Sunday
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