Louis Dalrymple Print Aroused 1894
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Louis Dalrymple, 1866-1905, Aroused! 1894
Louis Dalrymple, 1866-1905 cartoonist
Artist Louis Dalrymple illustrated political cartoons in Puck magazine, they became so popular in the late nineteenth century they added colored comic paper and double-page political cartoons.
This is a Political centerfold cartoon most certainly from the “Puck” magazine. The title of this scene is “Aroused”; it was published in New York City by Keppler & Schwartzman in July 11, 1894 in the famous “Puck” Magazine. It is signed by the artist Louis Dalrymple in the lower right hand corner. This is an amazing rare scene with vibrant color and framed in a simple wooden frame.Illus. from Puck, v. 35, no. 905, (1894 July 11), centerfold.
(1) This political cartoon depicts Marie-François-Sadi Carnot lying in state after being assassinated by an Italian anarchist; in the right foreground, a female figure holding a sword labeled "Law and Order" is stepping on a large snake labeled "Anarchism". A wreath resting against the sarcophagus is labeled "Sympathy and Respect of the Civilized World".
(1)The passage above is accredited to information from the “The Library of Congress”
Condition: Good, considering the age, colors and illustrations are in good shape, creased from being in the foldout magazine some holes in the crease in the Pandora.
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Measurements: 21 ¾” Long x 13 ¾” Tall
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- Width: 21 inches
- Height: 13 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 7 pounds
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