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Caricaturist, Illustrator, b. 1862 - d. 1935

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        • Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935) Ink on Paper
          Nov. 05, 2021

          Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935) Ink on Paper

          Est: $300 - $400

          Original WWI ink on paper drawing depicts a lady holding a pair of W.S.S. pants with picture in background reading "Stand by the Flag". There is information on the artist taped to the back, it is signed "Zim '18" lower right, and exposed area measures approx. 13.25"H x 10.75"W. Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (1862 - 1935) was active/lived in New York / Switzerland. Eugene Zimmerman is known for caricature-cartoons-rural genre.

          Keystone Auctions LLC
        • Eugene Zimmerman (1862- 1935) Ink on Paper
          Nov. 05, 2021

          Eugene Zimmerman (1862- 1935) Ink on Paper

          Est: $300 - $400

          This ink on paper is titled "Schoolteacher With Three Students" and depicts a schoolroom scene with teacher reading "Now children what do these three letters stand for?" and the children respond "We shall save." It is hand-signed "Zim '18" lower left and exposed area is approx. 14" x 11". Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (1862 - 1935) was active/lived in New York / Switzerland. Eugene Zimmerman is known for caricature-cartoons-rural genre.

          Keystone Auctions LLC
        • EUGENE ZIMMERMAN (SWISS-AMERICAN, 1862 – 1935) POLITICAL CARTOON - THERE WAS AN OLD YANK WHO LIVED IN A SHOE Print: 12 x 18 in. (sig...
          Nov. 19, 2020

          EUGENE ZIMMERMAN (SWISS-AMERICAN, 1862 – 1935) POLITICAL CARTOON - THERE WAS AN OLD YANK WHO LIVED IN A SHOE Print: 12 x 18 in. (sig...

          Est: $100 - $150

          EUGENE ZIMMERMAN (SWISS-AMERICAN, 1862 – 1935) POLITICAL CARTOON - THERE WAS AN OLD YANK WHO LIVED IN A SHOE Print: 12 x 18 in. (sight) Framed; lower left signed in plate: Zim.; lower left: COPYRIGHT 1898 BY ARKELL PUBLISHING COMPANY OF NEW YORK; lower right: Sackett & Wilhelms Litho & Ptg. Co. New York; lower center: There is an old "Yank" who lives in a shoe/ Covered all over with red, white and blue/ His family is large and still growing bigger-/ The result of good work and snapping the trigger. Note: this appeared in Judge Magazine, August 13, 1898

          Potomack Company
        • Black Minstrel Banjo Player Painting
          Oct. 26, 2019

          Black Minstrel Banjo Player Painting

          Est: $300 - $400

          Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935) Illustration art original watercolor signed Zim. "Our Records Am The Latest..." African Americana. 30" x 20".

          Copake Auction Inc.
        • RARE Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (b.1862, d.1935) Federal Reserve Padlock Advertising Painted Sign
          Jan. 01, 2018

          RARE Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (b.1862, d.1935) Federal Reserve Padlock Advertising Painted Sign

          Est: $400 - $600

          It is signed on the lower right and it is painted on heavy duty cardboard. It comes in a wood frame that would go in a stand. Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (May 26, 1862 – March 26, 1935) was a Swiss-American cartoonist. After two and a half years at Puck (from May 1883 to December 1885), Zim moved to Judge magazine, directed by Bernhard Gillam. Here he was better paid and enjoyed greater freedom in his selection of subjects. The following year he married Mabel Alice Beard of Horseheads, New York. In 1888, in search of a more gentle pace of life, he and Mabel moved to Horseheads. Zim then traveled to New York on alternate weeks to fulfill his commitments at the magazine. Like many contemporary cartoonists, Zim generated cartoons of all varieties, including some which could be considered offensive for their ethnic stereotypes. He remained at Judge until his retirement in 1912 Becoming one of America's best-known cartoonists, he published more than 40,000 sketches in his lifetime. The illustrious painter William Merritt Chase, on a visit to the offices of Judge in 1897, voiced his praise for Zim's artistry and related that the artist Edwin Austin Abbey pasted his work in a book. After his retirement from Judge, Zim was founder and first president of the American Association of Cartoonists and Caricaturists. We describe all items to the best of our ability as we are not experts on everything. Please ask specific questions on details, condition, and shipping prior to bidding, ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS, and bidder will be responsible for payment. We box and ship what we can to keep costs low, and use USPS and UPS. Large items, extremely fragile, and high value items will be packed by UPS. Quotes available on request. (Collectible)

          One Source Auctions
        • Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (1862-1935) Caricature,
          Jun. 25, 2011

          Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (1862-1935) Caricature,

          Est: -

          Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman (1862-1935) Caricature, 1904; Overweight admiral with sword at his side.

          Illustration House
        • EUGENE ZIMMERMAN ILLUSTRATION
          Jun. 13, 2010

          EUGENE ZIMMERMAN ILLUSTRATION

          Est: $50 - $200

          EUGENE ZIMMERMAN (1862-1935, New York) ILLUSTRATION - Signed ink on paper drawing of a smiling man - A noted cartoonist, Zimmerman was popular at the turn of the 20th century - Condition good - Dated 1918 - 17'' x 14.75'' framed

          Pacific Galleries
        • 5 pieces. (Original Cartoon & Illustration
          Jan. 15, 2009

          5 pieces. (Original Cartoon & Illustration

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          5 pieces. (Original Cartoon & Illustration Art). Zimmerman, Eugene. Original pen & ink & wash drawings. African-American caricatures. Most approx. 11 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (292 x 240 mm) & smaller. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1886-1912. With production markings. All signed "Zim." Known as "Zim," Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 8 pieces. (Original Cartoon & Illustration
          Jan. 15, 2009

          8 pieces. (Original Cartoon & Illustration

          Est: $500 - $800

          8 pieces. (Original Cartoon & Illustration Art). Zimmerman, Eugene. Original pen & ink drawings. African-American caricatures. Most approx. 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches (158 x 234 mm) & smaller. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1886-1912. With production markings. All signed "Zim." Known as "Zim," Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          May. 29, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $300 - $500

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] Caricature of African-American couple. 7 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches (184 x 285 mm), on bd. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1886-1912. Unobtrusive production markings. Known as "Zim," Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          May. 29, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $300 - $500

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] African-American Caricature. 9 1/8 x 8 inches (230 x 203 mm), on bd. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1886-1912. Signed "Zim" in ink. Occasionally dusty. Known as "Zim," Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          May. 29, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $250 - $400

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] (Prohibition related cartoon.) "Uncle Sam's Little Joke Book. Federal Dry Law." [19]28. 6 x 12 (diagonal) inches (152 x 304 mm), on bd. Signed "Zim" in ink. Very slightly dusty. Known as "Zim," Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          May. 29, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $300 - $500

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] (African-American Caricature.) "Ivanhoe Coterie Reception." 12 x 9 inches (304 x 228 mm), on heavy paper. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1912. Signed "Zim" in ink. Slightly dusty, old tape fragment. Known as "Zim," Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • ZIMMERMAN, EUGENE
          Apr. 30, 2008

          ZIMMERMAN, EUGENE

          Est: $150 - $200

          907. EUGENE ZIMMERMAN (1862 - 1935) "Zim", American cartoonist, a founder of the satirical weekly The Judge. Rare S.P., 5" x 8 1/2", a cabinet photo showing the cartoonist at work on a sketch, dated 1896 and signed "Zim" at bottom, adding "Judge N.Y.". Image has faded, otherwise very good. $150 - 200

          Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          Jan. 31, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $300 - $500

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] "Fun Quarterly. The Cream of Humor." 11 1/4 x 28 5/8 inches (285 x 727 mm) on heavy paper stock. Signed "Zim." Vertical split at center, some edge wear. Known as Zim, Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          Jan. 31, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $300 - $500

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] Comic caricature of housekeeper & elderly African-American butler. 9 3/8 x 11 inches (238 x 279 mm) on heavy paper stock. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1886-1912 [dated Dec. 1888?]. Minor wear. Known as Zim, Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • 1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman
          Jan. 31, 2008

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman

          Est: $300 - $500

          1 piece. Original Pen & Ink Drawing [Zimmerman, Eugene.] Comic African-American caricature. 12 x 9 1/4 inches (305 x 235 mm) on heavy paper stock. For Judge Magazine, ca. 1886-1912. Signed "Zim." Minor wear. Known as Zim, Eugene Zimmerman (1862-1935), one of the leading cartoonists of his era, worked for Puck & Judge magazines from 1883-1912, was founder & first president of The American Association of Cartoonists.

          Freeman's
        • FIVE PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED ZIM (EUGENE ZIMMERMAN 1862-1933)
          Jan. 12, 2006

          FIVE PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED ZIM (EUGENE ZIMMERMAN 1862-1933)

          Est: $300 - $500

          FIVE PEN & INK DRAWINGS FOR PUCK MAGAZINE SIGNED ZIM (EUGENE ZIMMERMAN 1862-1933) Comprising: Capt. McMullin Lamplighters, 5-3/8" x 6", Two African-American Men, on reverse "Puck" April 21, 1885, 9" x 5-1/2", Woman on chair with cat chasing mouse into hole, 7-1/2" x 10-1/4", Young girl with piano teacher, 8-1/4" x 10-1/4", A gentleman customer in a tobaco store lighting a match, 8-1/4" x 7-3/4"

          Nye & Company
        • 19th Century American Cartoon
          May. 15, 2004

          19th Century American Cartoon

          Est: $100 - $200

          American Pen and Ink Three-Panel Cartoon. Signed Zim (Am., Eugene Zimmerman 1862-1935 ) and dated 1897. Overall: 28 1/4" x 17 1/4", mounted and framed as one, Together with "Zim's Correspondence School of Cartooning, Comic Art and Caricature", 1914, 32 p.

          Hantman's Auctioneers & Appraisers
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