DescriptionGARTH WILLIAMS (American, 1912-1996)
Charlotte's Web, Wilbur Was Frantic, Charlotte's Babies Were Disappearing at a Great Rate, page 179 illustration, 1952
Ink on paper
8 x 10.5 in.
Signed lower right
From the Estate of Garth Williams.
"As Wilbur watched, the spider let go of the fence and rose into the air. 'Good-bye!' it said, as it sailed through the doorway. 'Wait a minute!' screamed Wilbur, 'Where do you think you're going?' But the spider was already out of sight...then another spider. Then another spider."
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