Original U.S. WWII Esquire Magazine Caricature December 7, 1941 by Arthur Szyk
Original Item: Only One Available. This is a fantastic print part of an Esquire magazine series by Arthur Szyk. The print is titled "December 7, 1941" The print depicts a trusting, innocent Cowboy (symbol for the US) being handed an olive branch by Japanese Emperor Hirohito while being about to be stabbed in the back AH watches on thoughtfully waiting to see what happens while a scared Mussolini clings to hime the imagery is fantastic and of course it is about Pearl Harbor the print measures 14 x 9 1/4 inches. On the reverse is "The Holbein Girl" by Erwin Blumenfeld.
Arthur Szyk (1894 – 1951) was a graphic artist, book illustrator, stage designer and caricaturist, who regarded himself both as a Pole and a Jew. From 1921, he lived and created his works mainly in France and Poland, and in 1937 he moved to the United Kingdom. In 1940, he settled permanently in the United States, where he was granted American citizenship in 1948. He gained real popularity through his war caricatures, in which, after the outbreak of World War II, he depicted the leaders of the Axis powers.
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