no! Among her other drawings is one of Thomas, drink in hand, leering at a woman, and one entitled "The Panel" showing a panel discussion at The Poetry Center a week before Thomas died, the group including Thomas and Arthur Miller; in a 1986 a newspaper article on the Thomas-Reitell relationship, she is quoted: "He was just such a wild wit. He loved to draw, and so did I. We would spend our time going out to bars and spend our time drawing people and such..." A quantity of items. " /> THOMAS, DYLAN. Ink sketches, with some captions, <I>on 3 pages of two 4to yellow sheets, each sheet 280 x 215 mm. (11 x 8½ in.),</I> with a brief captioned sketch on another yellow sheet, all done in a fairly inebriated state, [New York, probably end of October-early November 1953] -- ELIZABETH REITELL. Twelve ink sketches and drawings on various and different size papers, <I>ranging from 100 x 150 mm. (4 x 6 in.) to 270 x 170 mm. (10½ x 6¾ in.)</I>, [New York, probably end of October-early November 1953], seven of the drawings are on four sheets of letterheads bearing Rheingold beer advertisements, one of the sheets with pencilled note by Reitell: "Costello's [bar in New York] -- Nov. 1 '53"; the drawings show various people in the bar, etc; one, cartoon-style, pictures a man saying [to Dylan Thomas?] "You're a fucking creep!, followed by the response "No no no no no <I>no</I>! Among her other drawings is one of Thomas, drink in hand, leering at a woman, and one entitled "The Panel" showing a panel discussion at The Poetry Center a week before Thomas died, the group including Thomas and Arthur Miller; in a 1986 a newspaper article on the Thomas-Reitell relationship, she is quoted: "He was just such a wild wit. He loved to draw, and so did I. We would spend our time going out to bars and spend our time drawing people and such..." <I>A quantity of items</I>. | Christie's