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George Stewart

George Stewart was art director for the Stars and Stripes (a military paper) back in World War II and the Vietnam era.  He is a listed artist in askart.com.

Below are several panels by George Stewart, dates and years unknown.  A few were published in the Miami Herald, but beyond that nothing else is known about these panels.  If anyone can tell me where these were published before, please let me know!

 

 

Panel by George Stewart, date and year unknown.  Nothing else is known about this panel.

 

 

Panel by George Stewart, date and year unknown.  Nothing else is known about this panel.

 

 

Panel by George Stewart, date and year unknown.  Pencils only.  Nothing else is known about this panel.

 

 

Panel by George Stewart, date and year unknown.  Nothing else is known about this panel.  This is a strange one.  I can't tell if it is an original or not, though there definitely are some editorial marks in blue pencil.  It might be a print.

 

A print of various art by George Stewart, date and year unknown.

 

A published newspaper cartoon by George Stewart, date unknown.

 

An original newspaper clipping of the cartoon pictured previously.  This clipping is taped to the back of the original art.

 

Original cartoon panel by George Stewart, I'm not sure where this was published.  The caption reads:  "Guess we'll have to go...    Note the large creases courtesy of the United States Postal Service.

 

Original cartoon panel by George Stewart, I'm not sure where this was published.  The caption reads:  "    Note the large creases courtesy of the United States Postal Service.

 

Original cartoon panel by George Stewart, I'm not sure where this was published.  The caption reads:  "Doesn't remember her name, but she knows she's somebody pretty damn important."

 

Original cartoon panel by George Stewart, I'm not sure where this was published.  The caption reads:  "So I says, 'Listen Doll, I handle women all day and you ain't no exception.'"

 

Original cartoon panel by George Stewart, I'm not sure where this was published.  The caption reads:  "Catch him yourself, . . . if you're so DARN BRAVE!"  Note the creases courtesy of the United States Postal Service.

 

Original editorial panel by George Stewart for the Miami Herald, date of publication unknown.  The caption reads:  "For the very last time...stop callin' me peanuts".

 

Original editorial panel by George Stewart for the Miami Herald, date of publication unknown.  The caption reads:  "We like it a lot but...change the heading to read 'Summer Foods Are Here To Stay...put copy flush to the left...insert a smaller sig...run a red line here...and------".

 

Original editorial panel by George Stewart for the Miami Herald, date of publication unknown.  The caption reads:  "Wise guy".

 

Original editorial panel by George Stewart for the Miami Herald, date of publication unknown.

 

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