Original CARTOON from PUNCH Magazine

“The Race for the Eddystein Lighthouse”

October 11, 1933

By: L. (Leonard) Raven-Hill (artist)

Punch Magazine [London]

(approx. 8x10 inches)

Item Number: 202672



This original cartoon from Punch Magazine, dated October 11, 1933, is in very good condition. The caption reads:
“[ ‘I noticed how the monotony of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind … Would it not be possible to fill such places with young people who wish to think out … problems?’ – Professor Einstein at the Royal Albert Hall.]”
Drawn by the noted political cartoonist, L. Raven-Hill, who also illustrated STALKY AND CO. for Rudyard Kipling and KIPPS for H.G. Wells.