You’re invited: join us for a live auction of original New Yorker cartoon artwork this Thursday, July 16th!
Lockdown life got you down? Looking for something exciting to do with that Payroll Protection Plan money? How about bidding in a live auction?
Here’s your chance to raise that paddle, get in the game, and own a historic piece of New Yorker cartoon history!
Swann Auction Galleries is offering original New Yorker cartoon artwork for sale on July 16th at 1pm EDT. The sale includes 14 original cartoons by P.C. Vey, Pat Byrnes, Ben Schwartz, Bob Eckstein, and Shannon Wheeler published in The New Yorker, the preeminent magazine in the history of this art form. Plus, as a bonus, there’s a full color George Booth cover up for the first time!
There’s nothing quite like owning an original piece of artwork, not to mention a piece of New Yorker publishing history. Whether as an addition to your personal art collection or as a very special gift to your favorite humor fan, your purchase will delight for years to come.
About Bidding: All bidding is online, so you can bid on your favorite originals no matter where you’re riding out quarantine. Join the virtual live auction here: https://www.swanngalleries.com/absenteebids, or by telephone.
About Swann Galleries: After 78 years in business, Swann is New York’s oldest specialty auction house and the largest auctioneer of works on paper in the world. This is the third illustration auction that will feature a partnership between Cartoon Collections and Swann.
For more information on this incredible opportunity, go to https://www.swanngalleries.com/buying.
Yours in Good Humor,