I was thinking about you with this weather. Who is Bram and why does his drawing look like Browne's?
Browne was the apex of the cartoon clean line style -- and this fellow, Bram or Bray (not sure) was of that same school of style. Just look at that layout. All I know is that this is from a late 1950s Saturday Evening Post or Colliers mag. If you can fine out more, please let me know!
Yeah, but the wavy lines on the curtains and the non connected way of drawing the hands makes it more like Browne's (later) work than it should be. know of quite a few cartoonists from this period, but none that would fit this signature.
This is kind of a sad little cartoon. Beautifully drawn. Those empty card tables and the snacks set out. Darn that snow!
Are you guys kidding, or what? "Bram" is cartoonist Herb Brammeier, of course.Do the questions get any harder?Eli
Mike,Thanks so much for posting this gorgeous image. I immediately bookmarked it. (I don't bookmark much.) What a masterful composition accented by those beautiful spot grays. Love it.Eli, thanks for clarifying the artist of this piece. Could have done without the pompous and elitist tone, but I appreciate the information regardless.Ryan ClaytorElephant Eater Comicswww.ElephantEater.com
Thanks Ira! I immediately looked for some of his other work online and will try and show some of it soon.
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