Doug Graham, Auctioneer # AU005976
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Category: ARTS CRAFTS (4 records) AYP Today Warehouse Sale 28 - Closed - The bidding starts on 5/13/2019 @ 6pm EST and begins to end on 5/20/2019 @ 7:00pm

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Beautiful papyrus with Egyptian designs made by Magdy. It is framed under glass. It measures 36" x 31 1/2".
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Beautiful Wall Mirror with a lovely ornamented frame. It is decorated with laurel leaves and berries and strips of ribbon with a second inner band of trim close to the mirror. Please note the mirror is beveled. It is ready to hang with your wire.
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"Victorian Houses" limited edition print by K. Chin. Vintage lithograph poster by prolific California artist K Chin, who is known for his whimsical and vivid interpretations of American life. This particular piece is very indicative of the vivid whimsy he is known for, from the bright green grass to the funky and ornate house in the center to the little boy running across the grass in a bright red outfit. During W.W.II, K Chin served as a mechanical draftsman with the US Air Corps, during this time he honed in on his skill at creating images with great detail. Chin did the illustrating for US Army magazine covers, American Legion, followed by Cue Magazine and Newsweek. After working in advertising, Chin, spent two years with Norcross Greeting Cards, and started an art gallery on West 57th St. in New York. K. Chin eventually opened a small gallery in beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. Chin passed away in 1995.It was framed by Academy Arts. It measures 22 x 17.5.
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"Boys in a Pasture" reproduction print the original was done in 1874 by Winslow Homer. It shows two farm boys resting in a field. A quiet moment of 19th century rural America. Boys in a Pasture shows Homer's dexterity in using color to capture the mood of the scene. In Boys in the Pasture, Homer's scene expresses a hope for the future. Homer paints from a vantage point close to the ground, which raises the horizon and gives the pasture an enhanced sense of boundlessness and freedom. The triangle formed by the boys that echoes the shape of the straw hat gives an architectural stability to the composition that lends a sense of permanence to the scene. In 2010, the U.S. Post Office Department honored Winslow Homer by issuing a 44-cent postage stamp featuring Boys in a Pasture. It was Homer's third time of being honored with a U.S. postage stamp of his paintings. Our piece measures 21" x 17.5".
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