FRANK STACK. "Ronald Reagan's History
Trenchant political satire created by Stack
during the final year of Ronald Reagan's first term as president.
The free world's leader conducts a quick history and civics lesson,
dressed in cowboy regalia. Stack's reluctant prediction in the
very last panel caption came true, as Reagan was re-elected
to another four years in office. Though drawn in this horizontal
format, it was reformatted and run as a standard size page as
the inside back cover of Feelgood Funnies #2 (Rip Off
Press). Signed and dated by Stack in opening panel.
This original art is warranted to be from the artist's personal
collection (Stack is exclusively represented by this agency).
Art comes with a letter of authenticity upon request. See "bio"
section for information on Frank
Stack (a.k.a. Foolbert Sturgeon), one of the earliest
and most important of the underground cartoonists.
Size/medium/condition/price: Drawn in pen and ink on a lightweight illustration
paper measuring 14 inches wide by 10 inches high. Artist's pencil
notations and a spelling correction in margin outside inked and
matted area. One inch scissor cut in lower left, outside image/matted
area. Top of art is hinge-mounted with archival tape to professionally
cut mat measuring 20 inches wide x 16 inches high. Slight scuffing
on upper right of mat but original art itself is excellent other