Delmar Boni (1948- ) “Indian Arts” Silkscreen on Canvas 1960s P1346

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Delmar Boni is one of a dazzling generation nurtured by the Institute of American Indian Arts during its golden age under the tutelage of the great Fritz Scholder, Allan and Anne Hauser and Louis Ballard. Determined to revolutionize Native American music and easel painting and sculpture, freeing it from the label of ethnic crafts and the threat ...

Albert J Londraville Young Matron 1966 P1324

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This lovely, seemingly effortless portrait not only captures the sitter, but her time as well. A sense of a private life. It's a truly personal portrait, intimate, and cool. Albert Londraville we consider one of this year's great finds for our store. Let's call him a modernist realist: he embodies the spirit of the mid-century ...

Chesterfield Rocker Modernist/Victorian & Groovy F1124

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Tufted artificial snakeskin upholstery in the clubman's classic Chesterfield style, the sinuous lines of the iconic Thonet rockers that made their homes in the most with-it pads of the sixties (but rendered in brass-plated steel)... one might think that's a lot of references for a single piece of furniture, but baby it works. Price on request.

Zenith Red Plastic Radio c. 1954 A542

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Super fun 1950s red plastic Zenith radio. Call for pricing. Country: United States of America (USA) Manufacturer/Brand: Zenith Radio Corp.; Chicago, Illinois alternative name   Chicago Radio Lab Year: 1954 ? Type: Radio - or past WW2 tuner Valves / Tubes 5: 12BE6 12BA6 12AT6 50C5 35W4 Principle Super-Heterodyne (Super in general); IF-Freq 455 kHz; 2 AF stage(s) Tuned circuits 6 AM circuit(s) Wave bands Broadcast only (MW). Details Power type and voltage AC/DC-set / 110 ...