RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN
 RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN
 RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN
 RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN
 RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN
 RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN
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Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN

Estimate: 300 - 400 USD

Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

RICHARD LINDNER | HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN

Estimate: 300 - 400 USD

Lot Sold:500USD

Lot Details

Description

Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

RICHARD LINDNER

1901 - 1978

HEART; MAN'S BEST FRIEND; AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN


Three lithographs printed in colors, 1969, each signed in pencil, proofs aside from the numbered edition of 250, from Afternoon, on Arches wove paper, printed by Shorewood Atelier, Inc., New York, unframed (3 prints)

images approx.: 607 by 507 mm 23⅞ by 20 in

sheets approx.: 710 by 551 mm 27⅞ by 21¾ in

Condition Report

The prints are in good condition, with wide margins. Each with a few creases in the margins. 'How It All Began' with a tiny tear in the lower sheet edge.


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