National Geographic : 1938 May
638 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE OKetcnes Dy ille LCeverlange MONKEYSHINES FROM THE ARTIST'S NOTEBOOK Action drawings, not to scale, on which the series of paintings were based, show postures and traits of a vari ety of simians. A Geoffroy's Marmoset crouches (upper left) beside a dangling Spider Monkey. The Squirrel Monkey (upper right) turns his back on a big Howler which is glaring at a quizzical Woolly. Below the Howler, facing in opposite directions, are a white-faced Capuchin and a silky-fringed Guereza. Playfully grasping the tail of the De Brazza Guenon (left center) is a Gelada Baboon. Approaching him stalks a Roloway Monkey. A mother and baby Red-headed Mangabey, a seated Mandrill, and a walking Drill are at the bottom.