For those who haven't heard of Ty Mahon, he was a political cartoonist during WWII for the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. Mostly you see prints in black & white...almost all of political in nature at this time. He also did a more risque type of colorful cartoon as well.
This original watercolor, which has never been on the market previously, shows people sitting around in possibly a train / bus station or waiting to purchase war bonds with posters for war bonds & other WWII post slogans on the walls. The painting itself measures 24" wide x 20" high (original framing 32.75" x 29"). This watercolor was owned exclusively by the artist & his wife (it has been passed down in the family until now). It is full of everyday life from the was era.
Packing costs: 75.00 / FedEx insured shipping quote w/zip code
AS Painting Watercolor Ty Mahon War Bonds 24x20 Estate Art Work