Ya Don't say, huh? I'll see ys then.
Is that Sullivant or Nast?
Oh Eddie, even your handwriting has 'comedy' written all over it.
Haha. Wait. I just made a really terrible joke. I'm a genius.
Jorge, My guess it's Gustave Dore.
It's the one and only Thomas Nast.
HAW HAW HAW!
No, it's Tenniel.
I seem to remember that image was used for the original production of "Sweeney Todd", FWIW. I don't know who the original artist was but it sure does look like Tenniel. Oh, it's got to be him-good call, anon.
Again, you never say where you're going.
Nast and Dore are interesting choices but I'd have to go along with Jenny and Anon and pick Tenniel. Probably it was none of those guys. There were an awful lot of talented people in those days!Soon I'll do a blog about terrific cartoonists that even fans don't know about!
man, collective soul was so much better back then...
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