THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)
THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)
THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)
THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)
THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)
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THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 USD

THOMAS HART BENTON | NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 USD

Lot Sold:1,750USD

Lot Details

Description

THOMAS HART BENTON

1889 - 1975

NEBRASKA EVENING (FATH 45)


Lithograph, 1941, signed in pencil and inscribed 'To Lillie + D.L. from all the Bentons.', from the edition of 250, on wove paper, published by Associated American Artists, New York, framed

image: 255 by 332 mm 10 by 13 in

framed: 417 by 572 mm 16⅜ by 22½ in

Condition Report

With full margins, the print is in generally good condition apart from a few small fox marks scattered throughout and several soft vertical creases in the image near center and at the left and right sheet edges. Faint time-stain at the sheet edges and an occasional spot of pale discoloration in the margins and on the verso.


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