Signed and dated, "Edmund J. Sullivan. 1924; at foot: Tailpiece for "Is Post War Society Rotten?"; agent's label on verso, reading, "To be returned to A.E. Johnson, artists' agent, 3, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, W.C.2, numbered "7" in ink, with title and artist's name.
Title from item.
Original drawing by E.J. Sullivan for a tailpiece illustration, evidently executed for a publication with the title, "Is post war society rotten?".
Drawing shows the figure of a young man in elegant riding dress, with monocle and riding crop, striking a debonair pose with a wineglass held aloft, framed by a large question mark.