William O'Brian New Yorker Cartoonist Original "Stonehenge" Cartoon c.1950s
Fabulous cartoon by noted New Yorker cartoonist William O'Brian c.1950s.
The builders of Stonehenge take pause to marvel and question "WELL, WE'VE DONE IT, BUT DON'T ASK ME HOW".
For any New Yorker Cartoon Lover, or any Stonehenge Lover in your life.
This is an ORIGINAL cartoon created with watercolor on artist board.
We are unsure if this made it into publication, but something this good would have been hard for the editors to turn down.
Dimensions 12 3/4" x 15 1/2".
Signed lower right. Very good vintage condition. Comes unframed.