Ernest Fuhr - Today he was talking it over with these children - (From Century Magazine; November, 1921)
This pensive drawing, depicting an avuncular old man having a serious discussion with his children on the waterfront while boats sail by, was created by American poster artist Ernest Fuhr for Albert Kinross's short story, "The Profiteer," which was published in the November, 1921 issue of Century Magazine. It was lovingly scanned at 1200 ppi from the original artifact, and meticulously restored to eliminate age-related imperfections such as fading, scratches, etc.
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