Sam Hyde Harris From the Vault exhibit March 20th-April 31st

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Please Join us March 20th 5-10pm for the opening reception of Sam Hyde Harris from the Vault. Select works never before seen from the Estate as well as Some very special pieces from the Utah exhibit . This will be the First time many of these will be publicly shown as well as available for ...

Sam Hyde Harris Graphics For Tablecloth Design P837

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Famed California landscape artist Sam Hyde Harris (1889-1977) was also an acknowledged master of the applied arts, especially noted for his long association with the Santa Fe Railroad. Here he has addressed himself to table linens: a Mexican theme is carried out with Escherian rigor and complexity and great wit. A really exciting process piece ...

Cat and Cigarette: Murad “Colored Magazine Insert” by the Misses Turquand and Louden c 1910 AP337

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Published by the Society of Modern Art in M.A.C No. 10,  its periodic art portfolio. Lithographic plate. Some tears on the lower right edge and staining. By the team of "The Misses Turquand and Louden". Murad was but one of dozens o£ new brands of cigarettes to be sold in this country shortly after the turn of ...

Italian Wall and Ceiling Decoration Album Plate by Constantino Grondona c 1920 AP335

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From Modelli d'arte decorativa VI, 11o. A lithographic album plate from an Italian publication devoted to the decorative arts. Published by Bestetti & Tumminelli in Milan, Italy. Some tears on the right hand edge and yellowing around the edges, particularly on the left. By the artist and designer Constantino Grondona (1891-1939). Call for pricing.

Lawn Tennis Match-Fussball Wettspiel Album Plate by Karl Biebrach (c 1911) AP334

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A lithographic plate from Dekorative Vorbilder issue XXII, an annual series devoted to the decorative arts published in Germany from 1889 through the 1920s. By the artist Karl Biebrach. A "sport plakate". Published in Stuttgart by Jul. Hoffman. Call for pricing.  

Cleo Madison in “Black Orchids” Plate by Burton Rice (1917) AP372

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Burton Rice is one of the unsung geniuses of early twentieth century poster design. Surprisingly modern, this example from 1917 presages Peter Max's work from the 1970s. It also may be one of the last traces left of this lost film directed by the great Rex Ingram. We append this fascinating link concerning Burton Rice: http://mubi.com/notebook/posts/movie-poster-of-the-week-bettina-loved-a-soldier-and-the-bluebird-photoplay-ads-of-burton-rice Original ...

Anna L. Hefner student of Sam Hyde Harris “Shack atop a Hill” Oil on Board P496

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Ann Hefner was a student of Sam Hyde Harris “Shack atop a Hill” canvas on board.  Painting measures 16″ x 20″. Born in Iowa on Aug. 10, 1875. Hefner settled in Los Angeles in 1906 and was active there until about 1950. She studied locally with John H. Rich at the Otis Art Institute and with ...

Sam Hyde Harris 1899-1977 Carlsbad Eucalyptus Oil on Canvas P483

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lovely tranquil Sam Hyde Harris oil on canvas. Recently deaccessioned from the famous Brand Art Library of Glendale California.Part of an Exhibit. Numbered #50. 20 x 29. Recently cleaned. Lovely Piece. Original Frame. Signed by Sam Hyde Harris. Not and estate stamp.Circa 1947-1952. Call for pricing. At 14 years of age Sam Hyde Harris was already a ...

Sam Hyde Harris #490 Big Sky-Santa Anita SOLD

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Sam Hyde Harris 1889-1977. Another wonderful work that is also pictured in the Retrospective of his work edited by Maurine St. Gaudens. 18 x 24 in size. Oil on canvas. Never relined or restored. Professionally cleaned. Big sky was painted out in The Santa Anita area before the WW2 suburb explosion. Original frame. Estate stamped. ...

Sam Hyde Harris #174 Sunset Beach.SOLD

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One of Sam's best works currently on display. harbor scene based on Sunset Beach, California with the Ford Motor Co. In the background. Circa 1920-1930. Oil On Board. Estate stamped. One of over 30 works currently on display and available through April. Price on request. 16 x 20. Call for pricing.