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Ray Girvan

There's quite interesting background to another artist, Linley Sambourne, who did the "Man is but a worm" cartoon. See The Art of Linley Sambourne: http://segalbooks.blogspot.com/2011/02/art-of-linley-sambourne.html

John F. Ptak

Thanks Ray--very nice work on Sambourne. I've tweeted it and will link to it in the post.

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