Signed and dated at lower right, "Edmund J. Sullivan. 1905"; inscribed in pencil at foot, Lost in troubled contemplation of the unconscious and confiding victim; 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. 650.
Drawing shows a man leaning over the side of a pigpen and regarding the sleeping pig within with a melancholy expression.