London, South Kensington
18 August 2015
Norman Thelwell (1923-2004)
I wish they would get on with nationalising land; Who put my stamp collection on the convection heater?; and They're only germs, but he grew them himself
all signed 'thelwell.' (lower right) and inscribed as title (lower left)
pencil, pen and black ink on artists board
each 7 ½ x 10 5/8 in. (19 x 27 cm.)
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(1) Daily Express, London, 5 June 1966.
(2) Daily Express, London, 27 November 1966.
(3) Daily Express, London, 4 April 1965.
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