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But the thing that bothered me most in visiting England was the way they wasted man-hours knocking off for tea, from Mostly Malarky

A work made of pen, brush, and black ink over graphite, with erasing and blue wash with white gouache, and cut-and-pasted papers, on ivory card.

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  • A work made of pen, brush, and black ink over graphite, with erasing and blue wash with white gouache, and cut-and-pasted papers, on ivory card.

Date:

1953

Artist:

Wally Carlson (American, 1884-1967)
for The Chicago Tribune

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Wally Carlson

Title

But the thing that bothered me most in visiting England was the way they wasted man-hours knocking off for tea, from Mostly Malarky

Place

United States (Artist's nationality)

Date

1953

Medium

Pen, brush, and black ink over graphite, with erasing and blue wash with white gouache, and cut-and-pasted papers, on ivory card

Dimensions

22.4 × 20.4 cm (8 7/8 × 8 1/16 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Patricia C. Kubicek in memory of Robert A. Kubicek

Reference Number

2005.581

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