Dougal wins with Old Saybrook Cartoon

The winning cartoon at the Old Saybrook Arts and Crafts Festival.

In the 1630s the Saybrook Colony was named in honor of Lords Saye and Brooke, prominent Parliamentarians and holders of the colony's land grants. Artist Bill Dougal commemorated them in a drawing, imaginatively showing Lord Brooke drawing a caricature of Lord Saye. The premise is apropos for Bill, since he is a professional caricaturist found at DougalArt.com. He brought prints of the picture to the Arts & Crafts Festival in Old Saybrook this summer, and was awarded first prize in the graphics category.

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