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Charcoal on Paper by Boris Lovet-Lorski, Late 1920s
Charcoal and graphite drawing on paper, "Untitled (Mountain scene with poles)", by Boris Lovet-Lorski, American, circa 1925. Framed height 24 in, width 17 1/2 in. This drawing was reproduced as a lithograph in an edition of 250 in the folio volume "Lithographs, Volume II" by Boris Lovet Lorski, published by A.D. Braun et Co, Paris, 1929.
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Keith Haring Lithograph
Keith Haring Lithograph Approx 28x24 inches
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William Russell Flint (British 1880-1941)/Interlude/signed and printed in 1967 by Reed Lim
William Russell Flint (British 1880-1941)/Interlude/signed and printed in 1967 by Reed Limited/lithograph, 30cm x 55cm
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"French Waiters" Lithograph By Sandra Hall
"French Waiters" framed lithograph signed in pencil by Sandra Hall, numbered 27/50. Measures 31.5 inches H x 24.5 inches W.
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DESIGNER UNKNOWN THE LEADERS. 1888. 22 1/8x29 inches
DESIGNER UNKNOWN THE LEADERS. 1888. 22 1/8x29 inches, 56 1/4x73 3/4 cm. Currier & Ives, New York. Condition A-: repaired tears at edges, one slightly into upper left image; light mat staining at edges; minor staining in upper left margin and image. Paper. Matted and framed. Horse racing, champion horses and other competitive equestrian imagery were some of the more popular themes in the Currier and Ives catalogue. Beginning in the early 1880s, they produced more than 500 distinct images in this category. Unlike many of their earlier lithographs which were hand-tinted, this is one of their images which they printed using chromolithography. Estimate $700 - 1,000
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