Adrian_Gonzalez_Texas_Rangers_Auto_2005_Diamond_Kings_231_Signed_BAS_Auth_Slab_01_lrz

Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab

Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab
Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab
Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab
Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab

Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab
This Adrian Gonzalez autographed 2005 Donruss Diamond Kings baseball card is a must-have for any collector. This exquisite card features an encapsulated signature from the player himself and is authenticated by Beckett Authentication Services (BAS). The hard-signed autograph of Adrian Gonzalez makes this card a rare find for any baseball fan. The card is in standard size and is made of card stock material. The vintage card depicts Adrian Gonzalez in his early career with the Texas Rangers, which adds to its value. The autographed card is also a great addition for fans of the Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, and San Diego Padres as Adrian Gonzalez played for all three teams. Autographed in Black Sharpie. Adrian Gonzalez Autographed 2005 Donruss Diamond Kings Baseball Card #231. This signature has been authenticated and Encapsulated by the Experts at Beckett Authentication Services (BAS).
Adrian Gonzalez Texas Rangers Auto 2005 Diamond Kings #231 Signed BAS Auth Slab
1994_Vince_Coleman_GAME_WORN_Hat_Signed_Photo_LA_County_Fire_Dept_Firecracker_01_aewv

1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker

1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker

1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
This is a unique item for any baseball fan! An official MLB Vince Coleman Game worn hat and a signed photo of Vince Coleman, a former player for the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets, Kansas City Royals, just to name a few teams. The photo was signed by Coleman during his community service that he received as a result of him throwing a lit firecracker into a crowd of fans at a Los Angeles Dodgers Game in July 1993. He performed his community service at LA County Fire Camp 8 in Malibu after the 1994 Malibu fires. The photo is inscribed to one of the Fire Captains at the camp. As for the game used hat, I personally received the hat from Coleman in 1994 at an Angels vs Royals game. I worked with the Fire Captain that befriended Coleman and we attended the game together. Looking back, I wish I had a sharpie on hand to get his signature. The hat has all of the hallmarks of an official MLB hat, including being made by the New Era Company. Please see the pictures for the condition and details. Ask questions if needed.
1994 Vince Coleman GAME WORN Hat & Signed Photo LA County Fire Dept Firecracker
FLETCHER_MARTIN_1904_1979_Original_Limited_Edition_SIGNED_Lithograph_1950s_WPA_01_fgdb

FLETCHER MARTIN 1904-1979 Original Limited Edition SIGNED Lithograph 1950s WPA

FLETCHER MARTIN 1904-1979 Original Limited Edition SIGNED Lithograph 1950s WPA
FLETCHER MARTIN 1904-1979 Original Limited Edition SIGNED Lithograph 1950s WPA
FLETCHER MARTIN 1904-1979 Original Limited Edition SIGNED Lithograph 1950s WPA

FLETCHER MARTIN 1904-1979 Original Limited Edition SIGNED Lithograph 1950s WPA
FLETCHER MARTIN (American, 1904 – 1979). Title: “Spring Fantasia” – 1951. Medium: Original Lithograph on colored laid paper. Signature: Signed in the plate. Edition: Limited Edition of 2000, not individually numbered. Size: About 12 x 9 inches. Printer: Artist Equity Funds, Inc. Publisher: Artist Equity Association. Notes: Part of the Improvisations Portfolio (for the Spring Fantasia Masquerade Ball in New York) published by the Artist Equity Association. The portfolio consisted of advertisements for local New York City businesses where each advertisement was an original lithograph: Each page was designed by the artist directly on the litho plate, thus making this a collection of original lithographs. This Original Lithograph was produced for an annual art event in the 1950’s for local businesses and major corporations largely based in New York. Historically important for corporate archivists, these are extremely rare to locate and are virtually unseen individually. The original lithographs were produced in only one edition, and included just 2,000. These lithographs are perhaps the most unique, rare, important advertising collectibles that exist for businesses and corporations. Fletcher Martin (April 19, 1904 – May 30, 1979), was an American painter, illustrator, muralist and educator. He is best known for his images of military life during World War II and his sometimes brutal images of boxing and other sports. Martin worked as a printer in Los Angeles in the late 1920s, and as an assistant to Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros in the early 1930s. He taught at local art schools such as Otis Art Institute. During his career he was a visiting instructor or artist-in-residence at the University of Florida, State University of Iowa, the University of Minnesota, San Antonio Art Institute, and Washington State University. He received prizes from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1935 (for Rural Family) and 1939 (for A Lad from the Fleet); the 1947 Lippincott Prize from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (for Dancer Dressing); and the 1949 Altman Prize from the National Academy of Design (for Cherry Twice). He was elected an associate of the National Academy of Design in 1969, and a full academician in 1974.
FLETCHER MARTIN 1904-1979 Original Limited Edition SIGNED Lithograph 1950s WPA
BEN_MESSICK_ORIGINAL_Charcoal_Drawing_Signed_from_Artist_s_Estate_Listed_01_cwtc

BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist’s Estate Listed

BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed

BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
Beautiful ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed by Listed Artist Ben Messick (1901 -1981), framed and matted, with “Estate of Ben Messick FRSA” Stamp/Label located on the back of the frame (see pictures). On the front of the drawing in the lower-left corner, Ben Messick wrote “Studies for the Frank Wiggins Trade School Murals” by Ben Messick. This is a WONDERFUL example of a’Study of a Mural’ at a Historic Los Angeles Area college, by a prolific California/American artist. Ben Messick is a well-known, and well collected artist. Ben Messick has also been called “the American Daumier”. Frank Wiggins Trade School was founded in 1925, and was renamed Trade-Technical Junior College in 1954, and was eventually renamed to Los Angeles Trade-Technical College L. In the 1940s, he was a sketch artist for Disney Studios and Metro-Goldwyn Mayer and he taught at the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles from 1943 to 1951. From 1948 to 1953, he also taught classes at the San Diego School of Arts and Crafts. Messick’s vernacular observations are intended to bring to life the color and the spirit of his times. During the Depression years, he worked on a number of WPA murals in the Los Angeles area and did three murals for the United States Treasury Department in Washington DC. His work has been widely exhibited and is included in such collections as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Laguna Art Museum, and the Springfield Museum of Art in Missouri. Source: Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art Cline Fine Art files. The Drawing has the ORIGINAL’Estate of Ben Messick’ Label, and has an item number listed of “639D”, and has the original Estate of Ben Messick F. Someone wrote a date onto the estate-label of 11/93. The same person/handwriting also wrote, To Steve and Kathy, for all the hours spent on the Messick Project! Thanks, Mom and Dad (see pictures 4 & 11). The Frame is in’fair’ condition, as there is some loss to the staining on the front of the frame (pictured), and some smaller loss to the stain on two of the edges of the frame (not pictured, but can provide upon request). The Frame is 19 1/4″ x 16 3/4″. The Charcoal Drawing measures 11 3/4″x 9 1/4″ (measurements taken from visible portion of drawing within the matting). The dust cover has been taped around perimeter of the back of the frame (picture #4). In the bottom right-hand corner on the back of the frame, under the tape, you can see’1500′ was written on the back of the frame onto the dust cover perhaps the original asking price? This drawing was hung away from sunlight in a smoke-free home. The Original Charcoal Drawing has a few minor condition issues from what I can see without taking the frame and matting apart (I would rather leave that endeavor to the new owner). The paper of the drawing has a few small tears (pictures 8, 9, 10), but whomever had the drawing framed, also had the tears repaired by the framer. You cannot lift the paper from the areas of the tear(s), as they have been repaired in a manner to prevent further damage. The few tears are barely noticeable, as you have to come really close to the picture to inspect for imperfections. There are also a few creases due to age (can see in picture 3), but has a more noticeable crease in the upper right-hand corner of the drawing (see picture 12). I have tried to give a full-disclosure of the drawings condition/issues, but in case you have any additional queries, would be more than happy to provide additional pictures. Would be happy to provide additional pictures upon request. I always strive to offer 5-Star Service! (ASKART has Ben Messick having lived from 1891 – 1981). Thank you for your understanding.
BEN MESSICK ORIGINAL Charcoal Drawing Signed, from Artist's Estate Listed
Ginger_Osgood_CHOIR_1962_SIGNED_Serigraph_Edition_of_33_01_iol

Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33

Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33

Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
This is a 1962 serigraph print on paper by Ginger Osgood edition of 33. The print is in its original mid-century glass front frame with gilt trim and measures 15″ x 12″. The back is undisturbed from it’s original mid-century framing but condition of print looks excellent. There are 2 additional prints from Ginger and 1 additional print of the same era from her husband, R. Freeman Worthley, available in my shop. The set of 4 prints would make a stunning gallery wall! Ginger Osgood worked in many media, but she is best known for her work in serigraphy, a refinement of the commercial silk-screen printing process, in which all the work is done completely by hand. Osgood and her husband, R. Freeman Worthley, are considered to be not only pioneers in the advancement of this process, but masters of the medium. Osgood also created collagraphs, original prints pulled from plates on whose surface is a collage of textured materials, resulting in an embossed image. Her works in these media are widely thought of as among the best examples of serigraphs and collagraphs in existence. Beyond their testament to Osgood’s technical expertise, they glow with her intelligence, enthusiasm, and joy in her chosen form of self-expression. Born in Yokohama, Japan in 1918, Ginger Osgood studied at the Art Students League in New York, and in Los Angeles at UCLA, the Jepson Art Institute, and Otis Art Institute (then called the Los Angeles County Art Institute), where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1958.
Ginger Osgood CHOIR 1962 SIGNED Serigraph Edition of 33
Henri_Gilbert_De_Kruif_1882_1944_California_Pencil_Etching_Signed_01_sb

Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed

Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed

Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
Measurements in the photos. Henri Gilbert De Kruif, printmaker and painter, was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan on 17 February 1882. He studied with John H. Vanderpoel at the school of the Art Institute of Chicago and with Frank DuMond and F. Luis Mora at the Art Students League in New York. In 1903 he studied at Hope College, a liberal arts college in Holland, Michigan, and he was employed at the Grand Rapids Advertising Company until 1907. In 1911, De Kruif moved to Los Angeles, California where he was employed by Merril Advertising Company as a commercial artist. He studied with Stanton MacDonald-Wright and explored the idiom of modernism. De Kruif was a member of the Group of Eight, which included artists Mabel Alvarez, Clarence Hinkle, John Hubbard Rich, Donna Schuster, E. Roscoe Shrader, Edouard Vysekal, and Luvena Buchanan Vyseka. Exhibitions of the Group of Eight were sporadic but they did have an exhibition at the Los Angeles Museum in 1927. De Kruif was also a member of and exhibited with the California Art Club, the California Print Makers, the California Society of Etchers, the Chicago Society of Etchers, the Laguna Beach Art Association, and the Los Angeles Art Association. His work is represented in the collections of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; the Five Colleges and Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium, Massachusetts; the Library of Congress; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Los Angeles Public Library; the San Diego Museum of Art; and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Henri Gilbert De Kruif died in Los Angeles on 6 July 1944.
Henri Gilbert De Kruif (1882-1944, California) Pencil Etching Signed
CALIFORNIA_IN_RELIEF_Thirty_Wood_Engravings_by_Richard_Wagener_Signed_1st_2009_01_qso

CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener / Signed 1st 2009

CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener / Signed 1st 2009
CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener / Signed 1st 2009

CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener / Signed 1st 2009
CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF: Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener. Author: Wagener, Richard Title: CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF: Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener Publication: San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 2009 Edition: First Edition. This is copy 14 of 300 copies signed by Richard Wagener. Additionally inscribed and dated by Wagener to Gordon Van De Water, past president of the Zamorano Club, once on a prefatory blank leaf and again on the colophon. One of the leading American wood engravers, Richard Wagener has created a visual account of his wanderings throughout California in this lavish new work. In thirty original prints and short prose pieces describing them, he chronicles a journey that begins and ends in Los Angeles with stops in the San Jacinto Mountains, the Antelope Valley, Sonoma County, and the Sierra Nevada. Like John Muir and Gary Snyder, Wagener is a wanderer, explorer and observer of California, creating a poetry of place through both words and images, all born of actual experience. Not since Paul Landacre mastered the aesthetic and technical challenges of wood engraving in the early twentieth-century has any California artist achieved prominence in the medium. Wagener’s images of nature – his stately Sierra trees, stark peaks and rocky crags – and his urban architectural monuments – the Pantages Theater and the Griffith Observatory – combine to make this work a deeply personal record of distinctive California locations. Introduction by Victoria Dailey. Designed and printed by Peter Rutledge Koch. Original tan paper-covered boards over a dark green cloth spine, with a Wagener engraving on the front and a printed paper spine label. A fine copy in the illustrated glassine wrapper and the publisher’s slipcase. Established in 1981, Johnson Rare Books & Archives offers a wide array of materials from fine first editions to holographic letters, vernacular photography, archives, and other cultural resources. Our bricks and mortar location in downtown Covina, The Book Shop, is located about 20 miles east of Los Angeles. The shop is open six days a week and houses an inventory of some 30,000 titles, ranging from the general second-hand to the truly antiquarian. As proud members of the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America (ABAA), we uphold our association’s code of ethics. This listing was created by Bibliopolis.
CALIFORNIA IN RELIEF Thirty Wood Engravings by Richard Wagener / Signed 1st 2009
OJ_Simpson_Judge_Lance_Ito_Signed_Letter_LA_County_Superior_Court_Letterhead_95_01_xbcq

OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead’95

OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95

OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
1995 OJ Simpson Murder Case Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter on LA County Superior Court Letterhead. Unique and rare signed letter by OJ Simpson murder trial Judge Lance Ito. Envelope return address is Criminal Division, The Superior Court, Criminal Courts Building, Los Angeles, California, 90012, Lance A. The letterhead has a raised gold seal of the Superior Court Los Angeles California Court and says from the Chambers of Lance A. The letter is dated June 8, 1995 which was in the middle of the famous OJ Simpson murder trial. (My name and address is removed from the photo but appears on the envelope and the letter). I watched the trial daily and noticed that Judge Ito had a collection of hour glasses on his desk that was growing during the trial. I saw an ad (included with letter) advertising a unique executive hour glass with water and red collored beads that floated so when you turned the hour glass over, the sand (beads) flowed up, not down. I ordered it and sent it to Judge Ito and received this signed letter back from him in the middle of the trial thanking me for taking the time and effort to add to his hour glass collection. Shortly thereafter I saw the red sand hour glass front and center on his desk during the rest of the trial. See photo taken from TV screen showing red hour glass on Judge Ito’s desk. Unique OJ, Judge Ito, murder trial collectable from this major case that had the world’s attention. The letter/envelope is now 29 years old and although very good condition both the letter and the envelope show minor creases and browning due to age. Everything is legible and still a displayable collectable from this historic trial.
OJ Simpson Judge Lance Ito Signed Letter LA County Superior Court Letterhead'95
1963_Los_Angeles_Dodgers_Team_Signed_Baseball_25_Autographs_World_Series_Champs_01_acq

1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs

1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs

1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
This is a nice quality and very reasonably priced slightly off-white Official National League Warren Giles baseball with 25 signatures, which are all guaranteed to pass PSA/DNA, JSA (James Spence), and Beckett (Steve Grad). Note that this 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers baseball also features a direct chain-of-ownership pedigree from the head of the Unions Stewards i. Ushers of Milwaukee County Stadium and each player signed in person for the original owner. There is a brown spot on the Spalding Logo, a smaller spot below the Doug Camilli autograph and “1963” written in blue pen to the right of the Spalding Logo. All of the autographs are Excellent 5 to Near Mint-Mint 8 and completely readable. Sweet Spot: Walt Alston (top) & Leo Durocher (bottom) Panel 1: Ken McMullen, Pete Reiser, Wally Moon, Maury Wills, Sandy Koufax, Larry Sherry Panel 2: Bill Skowron, Marv Breeding, Al Ferrera, Johnny Podres, Ken Rowe, Ron Fairly Panel 3: Doug Camilli, Don Drysdale, Tommy Davis, Dick Calmus, Pete Richert Panel 4: Ron Perranoski, Frank Howard, Lee Walls, Willie Davis, Dick Tracewski, Jim Gilliam. Are exclusively billed to our account. Special Note: There is a very small segment of the hobby which produces, distributes, buys, and/or sells fakes, reproductions, reprints, counterfeits, copies and phony items. All Irishhosta items are original as well as authentic. Furthermore, with more than 40 years of experience, we possess the knowledge required to guarantee each and every item. Do you have a collection to sell, would you like additional information on an item, or do you desire an honest evaluation of something which is potentially valuable? You will receive a prompt response to every inquiry and you can depend upon us for a professional experience with first class service.
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Team Signed Baseball 25 Autographs World Series Champs
Laurie_BROWN_Landscape_1979_VINTAGE_Silver_Print_SIGNED_01_pwrr

Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED

Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED
Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED
Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED
Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED

Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED
Laurie Brown American b. Vintage gelatin silver print, printed 1979. Signed in pencil in the margin. From an unnumbered edition of 35 (Edition 22/35). Only 22 prints were made available to the public – the others went to the artists and museums. Image size: 7 ¾ x 11 ½ inches. Print size: 11 x 14 inches. Mat size: 16 x 20 inches. Provenance: Private Collection, NY; Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago; David & Sarajean Ruttenberg Collection, Chicago (1983); Susan Spiritus Gallery, Newport Beach, CA. Condition: Excellent; lower left corner slightly creased, only in the margin and NOT affecting the image; this print has been housed in the original archival portfolio case since its printing. Laurie Brown was born in Austin, Texas and raised in Los Angeles. She received a B. In International Relations from Scripps College in Claremont, California and a M. Degree in Fine Arts from California State University, Fullerton. In 1978 Brown was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant and in 2002 she was designated Outstanding Individual Artist of the year by ARTS Orange County. Laurie Brown’s photographs are in the permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Philadelphia Museum of Art, California Museum of Photography at UCR, Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others. Brown has had one-person and group exhibitions at numerous institutions, including the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Nevada Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Laguna Art Museum, Palm Springs Art Museum, Orange County Museum of Art, Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, Huntington Library and the Sezon Museum in Tokyo. Laurie Brown’s first book of photographs, RECENT TERRAINS: Terraforming the American West, was published in 2000 by Johns Hopkins University Press in association with The Center for American Places. Brown’s latest book, LAS VEGAS PERIPHERY: Views From the Edge, was recently published in 2013 by George F. California Museum of Photography, UC Riverside, 2016- 17 Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada, 2013 Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, 2001 Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, California, 1998, 2001 Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, California, 1995 Turner/Krull Gallery, Los Angeles, 1993 Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California, 1992, 1996 Cypress College, Cypress, California, 1991 Palm Springs Art Museum, California, 1988 Scripps College, Claremont, California, 1987 Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1986, 1989 The University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, 1983 Hunsaker/Schlesinger, Los Angeles, California, 1982 Stage One Gallery, Orange, California, 1980 Janus Gallery, Venice, California, 1979, l982, 1984 Arco Center for Visual Arts, Los Angeles, California, 1978 G. Gallery, Photography Department, UCLA, California, 1978 California State University, Fullerton, 1976.
Laurie BROWN Landscape 1979 / VINTAGE Silver Print / SIGNED