DescriptionGARTH WILLIAMS (American, 1912-1996)
The Cricket in Times Square, The Corner of the Times Square Building, page 31 illustration, 1960
Ink on paper
13 x 8.75 in.
From the Estate of Garth Williams.
"They were standing at one corner of the Times building, which was at the south end of Times Square. Above the cricket, towers that seemed like mountains of light rose up into the night sky...Reds, blues, greens, and yellows flashed down on him...Chester's heart hurt him and he closed his eyes. The sight was too terrible and beautiful for a cricket who up to now had measured high things by the height of his willow tree and sounds by the burble of a running brook."
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