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Larry Fine Of The Three Stooges - Where's Your Dignity?
Drawing - Charcoal On Paper
Larry Fine Of The Three Stooges. Musician. Artist. Stout fellow. Man of peace. Victim of circumstance.
He's getting to be an intelligent imbecile. He graduated with the highest temperature in his class. Every time he thinks . . . . he weakens the nation. The joint reminds him of the reform school. And when it comes to fine wines . . . "I'm a commonsewer". He'll wait. Maybe he'll get potatoes. He knows fish is great brain food. And that goes for his whole family, too. He'll do it when he's good and ready. He's gonna get himself a cheap lawyer. He's sleeping in the lower.
Nary ". . a gentleman in our family for five generations", Larry hailed from The City Of Brotherly Love and flew smack into the middle of New York's raucous Brothers Howard. He is their negotiator ("Ayyy . . leave 'im alone!"). And what does he get for his conciliatory troubles? - - a wood plane scraped repeatedly across his forehead.
The very funny Larry Fine - flesh and blood, dignified stooge.
Andrew Louis Feinberg 1902 - 1975 ("I can't die, I haven't seen THE JOLSON STORY!")
This charcoal pencil on paper artwork was completed Nov 17, 2012.
( " It's our duty to posterior! " )
November 18th, 2012
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