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Don Freeman, Original Satire Gouache Painting

Lot 0104 Details

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Title: Nice Fresh Still Lifes!
Don Freeman (1908-1978)
Medium: Gouache on Whatman board, c.1930.
Signed in paint. Titled under image. Framed in 1" wood scoop molding with metal leaf. Archival mat and back and finished with UV 5 Plexiglass.
Image size 13 1/2 x 11 5/8" (34.3 x 29.5 cm).

Don Freeman - painter, printmaker and cartoonist - was born in San Diego, California on August 11, 1908. He studied at the San Diego School of Fine Arts, and got a job playing the cornet in a ship’s orchestra. They made port in New York City days before the Stock Market crash of 1929. Freeman continued his art study at the Art Students League under John Sloan and Harry Wickey. It was also at the league where he learned lithography and studied graphic design. Freeman began an on and off publication called the Newsstand, which was a journal of New York City containing his stories and, often enough, original lithographs. His paper's motto was play on the New York Times infamous slogan - "All the News that Fits for Prints." He was a master of caricature and capturing the humor in any situation.
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Condition: Overall good condition. Illustration has a gentle bend line.
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Don Freeman, Original Satire Gouache Painting

Estimate $2,500 - $3,500
Dec 14, 2019
Starting Price $1,500
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Lot 0104 Details

Description
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Title: Nice Fresh Still Lifes!
Don Freeman (1908-1978)
Medium: Gouache on Whatman board, c.1930.
Signed in paint. Titled under image. Framed in 1" wood scoop molding with metal leaf. Archival mat and back and finished with UV 5 Plexiglass.
Image size 13 1/2 x 11 5/8" (34.3 x 29.5 cm).

Don Freeman - painter, printmaker and cartoonist - was born in San Diego, California on August 11, 1908. He studied at the San Diego School of Fine Arts, and got a job playing the cornet in a ship’s orchestra. They made port in New York City days before the Stock Market crash of 1929. Freeman continued his art study at the Art Students League under John Sloan and Harry Wickey. It was also at the league where he learned lithography and studied graphic design. Freeman began an on and off publication called the Newsstand, which was a journal of New York City containing his stories and, often enough, original lithographs. His paper's motto was play on the New York Times infamous slogan - "All the News that Fits for Prints." He was a master of caricature and capturing the humor in any situation.
FRAMED shipping within contential US $100.
Condition
...
Condition: Overall good condition. Illustration has a gentle bend line.

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