John August Groth (February 26, 1908 - June 27, 1988) was an illustrator and teacher. He gained recognition as a war correspondent-illustrator, where he incorporated a technique he called the "speed line." He was the first art director of Esquire Magazine and taught at the Art Students League, the Pratt Institute, and the Parsons School of Design. This is a very nice, vintage John Groth Signed Print. It is in great condition. It looks like a man or a soldier on a horse. It was marked "For Patty". Patty might have been his daughter, Tamara. There are no water marks. It measures 14.5 x 12 inches. Take a look at the pictures for the best description. A photo is as good as a thousand words and is the best description of cosmetic condition. Use your ZOOM TOOL to best see this item! Please look closely at the photos for condition answers. Displays nicely, great addition to your collection or decor! We describe items as best we can and as we see them. Some details may be missed but not intentionally. Condition of an item is our opinion. If you have any questions on the condition of these items let us know before you purchase! Thanks for looking!