Stumble-Toe Joe, by Bert Cobb (1907)

Bert Cobb is best known as an etcher, famous for his etchings of many of the most important show dogs of his time. He began his career as a cartoonist, when he drew the newspaper strip 'Stumble-Toe Joe' in 1907. He studied at the Academy of Art in Philadelphia, but eventually settled in New York, where he did illustrations for such magazines as Life magazine.

Last updated: 2006-12-31

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