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AYP Today Warehouse Sale 34 - Closed - The bidding starts on 7/14/2020 @ 6:00pm EST and begins to end on 7/22/2020 @ 7:00pm

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Original Oil Painting of a picture of building being destroyed by Earl Crawford. It shows a man in front pointing to the building. There is a sign that says Danger. Signed by the artist Earl Crawford in the lower right hand corner. It is framed in a thin silver tone metal frame. It measures 30 1/2 inches by 24 1/2 inches. Earl Crawford was a landscape painter from Pittsburgh where he maintained a studio at 7346 Whipple Street and in Detroit where he lived on the East Side. Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1891, Crawford studied at the Carnegie Institute, the University of Pittsburgh and with Christian J. Walker. He was a member of the Golden Triangle Association and the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibiting at both organization's annual exhibitions in the 1930s and 1940s. At the 32nd exhibition of the Associated Artists in 1942 he received an honorable mention, and at the 34th annual in 1944, Crawford was awarded the Ida Smith Memorial Prize for best landscape in oil. He died in 1960. Pairs with item 43.
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