HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS
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HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS

Estimate: 600 - 800 USD

HAROLD GRIEVE | PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS

Estimate: 600 - 800 USD

Lot Sold:2,750USD

Lot Details

Description

HAROLD GRIEVE 

1901 - 1993

PROP AND SET DETAILS: THREE WORKS


(I) Signed H.W. Grieve (lower left); inscribed Howdah for Persian Prince and numbered 101 - 158 (toward upper right)

Silver paint, watercolor and pencil on paper

(II) Signed Grieve and numbered 101 - 154 (lower right)

Watercolor and pencil on paper

(III) Signed H.W. Grieve (toward center right); numbered 101 - 153 (lower right); inscribed litter (lower left)

Silver paint, watercolor and pencil on paper

Unframed: (I) 17¾ x 25 in. (45.1 x 63.5 cm); (II) 19 x 22 in. (48.3 x 55.9 cm); (III) 19½ x 22¾ in. (49.5 x 57.8 cm)

Framed: (I) 22½ x 29¾ in., 57.2 cm x 75.6 cm, (II) 24 x 27 in., 61 x 68.6 cm, (III) 24 x 27 in., 61 x 68.6 cm

Each executed in 1926.


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Lynda Gaither

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T. 817-385-4433 / F. 817-385-3949

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Cataloguing

Provenance

Sale: Sotheby's, New York, November 21, 1984, lot 295 

Acquired at the above sale


Released in 1924, The Thief of Bagdad featured art direction by William Cameron Menzies assisted by Anton Grot and Harold Grieve. The present works illustrate prop and set details for the film.



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