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b. 1927 - d. 1999

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    • HUGH HAYNIE, NOW, LET'S SEE, HAVE I FORGOTTEN ANYONE?, POSTER
      Aug. 31, 2023

      HUGH HAYNIE, NOW, LET'S SEE, HAVE I FORGOTTEN ANYONE?, POSTER

      Est: $400 - $500

      Artist: Hugh Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Now, Let's See, Have I Forgotten Anyone? Year: 1997 Medium: Poster, signed in marker lower right Image Size: 12.5 x 10 inches Size: 19.5 x 14.5 in. (49.53 x 36.83 cm) Description: After this image debuted in the Courier Journal on December 24th,1961 it has been printed on that day every year since. This poster is signed in marker by the artist, Hugh Haynie.

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    • HUGH SMITH HAYNIE, THANK GOODNESS FOR SUMMITS (RICHARD NIXON), INK AND COLLAGE
      Aug. 31, 2023

      HUGH SMITH HAYNIE, THANK GOODNESS FOR SUMMITS (RICHARD NIXON), INK AND COLLAGE

      Est: $3,000 - $3,500

      Artist: Hugh Smith Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon) Year: 1974 Medium: Ink and Collage, signed Size: 16.5 in. x 12 in. (41.91 cm x 30.48 cm) Reference:

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    • HUGH SMITH HAYNIE, THANK GOODNESS FOR SUMMITS (RICHARD NIXON), INK AND COLLAGE
      Jul. 01, 2023

      HUGH SMITH HAYNIE, THANK GOODNESS FOR SUMMITS (RICHARD NIXON), INK AND COLLAGE

      Est: $3,000 - $3,500

      Artist: Hugh Smith Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon) Portfolio: Year: 1974 Medium: Ink and Collage, signed Size: 16.5 in. x 12 in. (41.91 cm x 30.48 cm)

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    • HUGH HAYNIE, NOW, LET'S SEE, HAVE I FORGOTTEN ANYONE?, POSTER
      Mar. 11, 2023

      HUGH HAYNIE, NOW, LET'S SEE, HAVE I FORGOTTEN ANYONE?, POSTER

      Est: $625 - $800

      Artist: Hugh Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Now, Let's See, Have I Forgotten Anyone? Year: 1997 Medium: Poster, signed in marker lower right Image Size: 12.5 x 10 inches Size: 19.5 x 14.5 in. (49.53 x 36.83 cm) Description: After this image debuted in the Courier Journal on December 24th,1961 it has been printed on that day every year since. This poster is signed in marker by the artist, Hugh Haynie.

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    • Hugh Smith Haynie, Thank Goodness... (Richard Nixon), Political Cartoon Ink Drawing
      Nov. 29, 2018

      Hugh Smith Haynie, Thank Goodness... (Richard Nixon), Political Cartoon Ink Drawing

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Artist: Hugh Smith Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon) Year: 1974 Medium: Ink and Collage, signed Size: 16.5 in. x 12 in. (41.91 cm x 30.48 cm)

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    • HAYNIE, HUGH SMITH. 1927-1999. "NEWSLEAK," July 2, 1961; and "Now They're Going Into The Stretch," May 23, 1963. 2 original political cartoons, depicting JFK,
      Mar. 08, 2017

      HAYNIE, HUGH SMITH. 1927-1999. "NEWSLEAK," July 2, 1961; and "Now They're Going Into The Stretch," May 23, 1963. 2 original political cartoons, depicting JFK,

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      HAYNIE, HUGH SMITH. 1927-1999. "NEWSLEAK," July 2, 1961; and "Now They're Going Into The Stretch," May 23, 1963. 2 original political cartoons, depicting JFK, ink and white paint on illustration board with prepared halftone shading strips. Each 17 x 12 inches, framed. Provenance: Sue Mortensen Vogelsinger. Both warmly inscribed, the second with the dedication: "For Sue and Bruce--And in loving memory of all our nags which did this in the 89th Kentucky Derby. Hugh." From 1958 until 1996, Virginia-born red-headed Haynie was the chief political cartoonist of the Louisville, Kentucky Courier-Journal. Like Al Hirschfeld and his daughter Nina, Haynie hid his wife's name, Lois, somewhere in his drawings. (One day he forgot to include it in his cartoon, and he was deluged with calls from people wanting to know if she had died.) Winner of numerous awards, Haynie withdrew from consideration for the Pulitzer Prize in favor of another artist. Haynie is best remembered for his scathing cartoons of President Richard M. Nixon and the famous Christmas cartoon "Now, let's see, have I forgotten anyone?" (the spirit of Jesus Christ hovers near a pile of holiday packages) that was at first rejected and eventually reprinted annually in the Courier-Journal. He so offended Nixon that he put Haynie on his Enemies List. In "NEWSLEAK," Soviet dictator Nikita Khruschev throws sudsy water over the logo, spilling on a cringing JFK; and "Now They're Going Into The Stretch" shows President Kennedy as a jockey, vainly trying to get the Democratic Donkey ("Congressional Leadership") back in the race. "Lois" can be found on the second spire. Mrs. Ferguson explains in a note in ink on the back of the framing of this cartoon: "Hugh Haynie and his wife, Lois, were good friends. He was an award winning editorial cartoonist for the Louisville Courier -Journal. JFK loved his cartoons." This cartoon was syndicated to a number of newspapers, and also appeared in the Rochester Chronicle, on May 23rd, 1963.

      Bonhams
    • Hugh Smith Haynie, Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon), Ink and Collage
      May. 28, 2015

      Hugh Smith Haynie, Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon), Ink and Collage

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Artist: Hugh Smith Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon) Year: 1974 Medium: Ink and Collage, signed Size: 16.5 in. x 12 in. (41.91 cm x 30.48 cm)

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    • Hugh Smith Haynie, Richard Nixon, Ink and Collage
      Dec. 15, 2011

      Hugh Smith Haynie, Richard Nixon, Ink and Collage

      Est: $1,200 - $1,500

      Artist: Hugh Smith Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) - Title: Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon) - Year: 1974 - Medium: Ink and Collage, signed - Size: 16.5 in. x 12 in. (41.91 cm x 30.48 cm)

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    • HUGH HAYNIE (American, 1927-1999). Three signed original political cartoons relating to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, 1968; for the Courie
      Nov. 12, 2011

      HUGH HAYNIE (American, 1927-1999). Three signed original political cartoons relating to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, 1968; for the Courie

      Est: $300 - $400

      HUGH HAYNIE (American, 1927-1999). Three signed original political cartoons relating to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, 1968; for the Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY. Pen and ink with white highlights. Two, inscribed by Haynie to Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy. - Each, app. 19 in. x 13 1/2 in. Unframed (one matted).

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • Hugh Smith Haynie, Thank Goodness (Richard Nixon), Ink and Collage
      May. 17, 2011

      Hugh Smith Haynie, Thank Goodness (Richard Nixon), Ink and Collage

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Artist: Hugh Smith Haynie, American (1927 - 1999) Title: Thank Goodness for Summits (Richard Nixon) Year: 1974 Medium: Ink and Collage, signed Size: 16.5 in. x 12 in. (41.91 cm x 30.48 cm)

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