Signed and dated at lower left, "Edmund J. Sullivan. 1905"; inscribed in pencil in margin at right, "The grunt the fallen wizard let out of him could have been heard in the seven corners of the parish"; label affixed to verso with the order or plate number(?), story title, and artist's name filled in.
Title from published caption.
Original drawing by E.J. Sullivan for an illustration for Herminie Templeton's story, "Killbohgan and Killboggan " as it was published in McClure's magazine, v. 27, 1906, p. 656.
Drawing shows the wizard, a grotesque figure, falling heavily to the floor on his backside, surrounded by upset kitchen stools and a fallen clock and butterchurn, with a picture in a frame broken over his head, and Jerry O'Flynn standing over him.