DescriptionA Mae West Funny Original Caricature Drawing, 1930s. Pen and ink on board or paper (not examined out of frame), depicting three very female horses dressed up as the actress, caption above reads "Come up and see me, sometime / You fascinate me," signed in the lower left corner "C / and / E;" likely a cartoon that ran in a newspaper's funny pages back in the day; included with a color snapshot showing it in situ at an apartment in the Ravenswood, though not West's. (The star did put up a number of family/friends/associates there throughout the years.) Included with a signed 'Letter of Provenance' from John West, Mae's nephew.
Matted and framed: 22" x 20"; Work only: 14" x 12"
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