PETER BONNICI, ORIGINAL CARTOON, EARLY 1980S
PETER BONNICI, ORIGINAL CARTOON, EARLY 1980S
PETER BONNICI, ORIGINAL CARTOON, EARLY 1980S
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PETER BONNICI, ORIGINAL CARTOON, EARLY 1980S

Estimate: 200 - 300 GBP

PETER BONNICI, ORIGINAL CARTOON, EARLY 1980S

Estimate: 200 - 300 GBP

Lot Sold:13,750GBP

Lot Details

Description

PETER BONNICI

ORIGINAL CARTOON DEPICTING F.A. HAYEK, MILTON FRIEDMAN, KEITH JOSEPH AND MARGARET THATCHER, EARLY 1980S


pen, ink and gouache, correction to drawing laid down with adhesive, mounted with protective cover with "New Statesman" in pencil


Peter Bonnici produced cartoons for the New Statesman during the 1980s.

Keith Joseph was a British politician and advisor to Margaret Thatcher. He worked with Thatcher to found the free-market think-tank Centre for Policy Studies and eventually supported Milton Friedman's theory of monetarism. After the 1979 election Thatcher named Joseph as her Secretary of State for Industry, and later for Education and Science.


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Condition Report

Corrections in gouache, minor markings to cartoon, mount scuffed with some small tears, discolouration and soft corners


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