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DON FREEMAN (AMERICAN 1908-1978)

Lot 20: DON FREEMAN (AMERICAN 1908-1978)

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Description: Untitled ( ILLUSTRATION of a man sitting at his desk with a group different characters of people around him.) Oil on canvas, signed upper right DON FREEMAN Dimensions: Frame H 41" x W 51", Sight H 35 1/4" x W 45 3/8" Condition: good has been relined and cleaned . Provenance: From the collection of the Robinson Brothers, Harrison, New York. Note: "Don Freeman (August 11, 1908 ? January 1, 1978) was an American painter, printmaker, cartoonist, and an illustrator and writer of children's books."

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Don Freeman (American 1908 - 1978) series of seven pen and Civil War Theme ink illustrations on paper, including

Lot 26: Don Freeman (American 1908 - 1978) series of seven pen and Civil War Theme ink illustrations on paper, including "Lincoln's Prayer",..

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Description: Don Freeman (American 1908 - 1978) series of seven pen and Civil War Theme ink illustrations on paper, including "Lincoln's Prayer", "Jack Ellyat at Gettysburg", "Jack Ellyat Comes Upon Melora ", "Cudjo", "Cudjo Buried the Silverware and Mary Held the Lamp", "Sargeant Bailey" and "Burning of Wingate Hall", conditions vary, some light stains and foxing, framed and matted under glass, four frames total, sizes range from 16" h. x 13 1/2" w. to 29 1/2" h. x 17 1/4" w.

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DON FREEMAN Making a Date.

Lot 41: DON FREEMAN Making a Date.

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Description: DON FREEMAN Making a Date. Gouache on illustration board. 450x313 mm; 17 3/4x12 3/8 inches. Signed in gouache, lower right recto.

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DON FREEMAN Election Night, Times Square.

Lot 42: DON FREEMAN Election Night, Times Square.

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Description: DON FREEMAN Election Night, Times Square. Pen, ink and lithograph crayon, circa 1934. 160x285 mm; 6 1/4x11 1/4 inches. Signed in ink, upper right, recto and titled in ink, lower center recto.

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Don Freeman lithograph

Lot 67: Don Freeman lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American 1908-1978)- ''Deep in Hollywood'' (Mc Culloch 108)- lithograph, 1936, AAG edition, signed in pencil. 9 « x 12 1/8''

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Don Freeman (American, 1908-1978) Opera Lithograph

Lot 96: Don Freeman (American, 1908-1978) Opera Lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American, 1908-1978) Opera LithographFrame Measures: 17.25" x 15.25"Art Measures: 8.5" x 7.5"

Condition Report: Excellent

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Don Freeman lithograph

Lot 98: Don Freeman lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American 1908-1978)- ''They Have Their Exits'' (McCulloch 79)- lithograph, 1933, signed in pencil, some minor soiling in paper. 14 x 10''

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Don Freeman lithograph

Lot 99: Don Freeman lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American 1908-1978)- ''Christmas Carols'' (McCulloch 102)- lithograph, 1935, reworked with additional white highlights and pen and ink. 6 1/4 x 9''

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DON FREEMAN Factory Worker.

Lot 112: DON FREEMAN Factory Worker.

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Description: DON FREEMAN Factory Worker. Color pastels on thick cream wove paper, circa 1935. 510x445 mm; 20 1/8x17 1/2 inches. With the artist's estate ink stamp signature, lower left recto and verso, and inscribed "LF" in pencil, lower left recto.

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DON FREEMAN (B. 1908-1978)

Lot 113: DON FREEMAN (B. 1908-1978)

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Description: "Casting for character", 1934, lithograph, 10" x 12" pencil signed on lower right, numbered 51/200 on lower left, framed

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DON FREEMAN Life with Father.

Lot 122: DON FREEMAN Life with Father.

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Description: DON FREEMAN Life with Father. Lithograph, 1939. 197x330 mm; 7 3/4x13 inches, full margins. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. McCulloch 123.

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AMERICAN PRINTMAKERS Two lithographs.

Lot 167: AMERICAN PRINTMAKERS Two lithographs.

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Description: AMERICAN PRINTMAKERS Two lithographs. ROBERT RIGGS. Afternoon at Max's, circa 1932-33. 385x525 mm; 15 1/8x20 3/4 inches, full margins. Edition of approximately 15-20. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. A good impression of this scarce print. Bassham 21 * DON FREEMAN. Casting for Character,1934. 255x305 mm; 10x12 inches, full margins. Edition of 184. Signed in pencil, lower margin. A fine impression. McCulloch 87.

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DON FREEMAN, (AMERICAN, 1908-1978), DAWN AT THE ASSEMBLY

Lot 230: DON FREEMAN, (AMERICAN, 1908-1978), DAWN AT THE ASSEMBLY

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Description: DON FREEMAN (american, 1908-1978) DAWN AT THE ASSEMBLY 1938, signed bottom left 'Don Freeman,' oil on canvas 24 1/8 x 30 1/8 in.

Condition Report: 1/8 in. area of paint loss at frame line upper left center and at upper left (in window area). Stretcher marks to canvas, slight appearance of horizontal cracquelure at bottom left. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Freeman's Conditions of Sale.

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Don Freeman

Lot 231: Don Freeman

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Description: The Pretzel Woman, 1938

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DON FREEMAN Two lithographs with hand coloring in watercolor.

Lot 240: DON FREEMAN Two lithographs with hand coloring in watercolor.

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Description: DON FREEMAN Two lithographs with hand coloring in watercolor. Ed Wynn from the Rear, 1932. 247x198 mm; 9 3/4x7 5/8 inches, 1 to 1 3/4-inch margins. Edition of 25. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right * Wig and Mask Window, 1932. 245x187 mm; 9 3/4x7 1/4 inches, full margins. Edition of 25. Signed, dated and dedicated in pencil, lower margin. McCulloch 42 and 121

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DON FREEMAN Three lithographs with hand coloring in watercolor.

Lot 241: DON FREEMAN Three lithographs with hand coloring in watercolor.

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Description: DON FREEMAN Three lithographs with hand coloring in watercolor. The Chaperone * Sunday Subway * City Summer. Each signed in pencil, lower right. Various sizes and conditions. Very good impressions.

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DON FREEMAN First-Nighters' Intermission.

Lot 267: DON FREEMAN First-Nighters' Intermission.

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Description: DON FREEMAN First-Nighters' Intermission. Lithograph, 1932. 238x286 mm; 9 3/8x11 1/4 inches, full margins. Edition of approximately 35. Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. A very good impression. Among the well-known personalities in this New York image are then Mayor Jimmy Walker with Heywood Broun, far left, and Clifton Webb, upper center exhaling smoke. McCulloch 44.

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Don Freeman ART CURB MARKET (M. 64) Hand-colored lithograph

Lot 329: Don Freeman ART CURB MARKET (M. 64) Hand-colored lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (1908-1978) ART CURB MARKET (MCCULLOCH 64) Hand-colored lithograph, 1934, signed and titled Greenwich Village Art Show, in pencil, matstain, unobtrusive handling creases and rippling, some printer's ink in the margins and verso, faint other soft creases in the left and right margins, some small loss at top left sheet corner, some old tape at top right sheet corner recto, otherwise in good condition, with full margins, framed. 9 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches; 248 x 298 mm. Sheet 11 3/8 x 15 7/8 inches; 289 x 403 mm. C Estate of Ernest Shapiro

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Fly High, Fly Low

Lot 393: Fly High, Fly Low

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (4to) original blue cloth, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: A touch of wear to jacket; near fine.

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The Paper Party

Lot 394: The Paper Party

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (Oblong 4to) original pictorial boards, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Light wear; very good.

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Penguins, Of All People

Lot 395: Penguins, Of All People

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (Oblong 4to) original red cloth, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Light wear, lower corner of front jacket flap clipped; very good.

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The Seal and the Slick

Lot 396: The Seal and the Slick

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (Oblong 4to) original pictorial boards, pictorial jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Light wear; very good.

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DON FREEMAN.

Lot 450: DON FREEMAN. "THE PASSING SHOW," LITHOGRAPH

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Description: Don Freeman (American, 1908-1978). "The Passing Show," lithograph, signed "Don Freeman" lr, 9 1/4 x 10 1/2 in., framed.

Condition Report: Frame wear, submit inquiry for further details

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Fly High, Fly Low

Lot 531: Fly High, Fly Low

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (4to) original blue cloth, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: A touch of wear to jacket; near fine.

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The Paper Party

Lot 532: The Paper Party

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (Oblong 4to) original pictorial boards, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Light wear; very good.

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Penguins, Of All People

Lot 533: Penguins, Of All People

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (Oblong 4to) original red cloth, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Light wear, lower corner of front jacket flap clipped; very good.

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The Seal and the Slick

Lot 534: The Seal and the Slick

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Description: <p> Illustrations by the author throughout. (Oblong 4to) original pictorial boards, pictorial jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Light wear; very good.

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Prints, Don Freeman, City Scenes

Lot 598: Prints, Don Freeman, City Scenes

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Description: (lot of 9) Don Freeman (American , 1908-1978), Various City Scenes, hand-colored lithographs with one offset print, each pencil signed "Don Freeman" lower right, overall (largest with frame): 21"h x 17"w

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Don Freeman ADDED ATTRACTION (BLIZZARD ON BROADWAY II) (M. 83) Lithograph

Lot 652: Don Freeman ADDED ATTRACTION (BLIZZARD ON BROADWAY II) (M. 83) Lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (1908-1978) ADDED ATTRACTION (BLIZZARD ON BROADWAY II) (MCCULLOCH 83) Lithograph, 1934, signed and titled in pencil, edition of 10, pale lightstain and matstain, matstain line, affixed with tape along top sheet edge verso to top mat, some unobtrusive rippling and handling creases, minor printer's ink and soiling in the margins and verso, otherwise in good condition, with good margins, framed. 8 1/4 x 10 1/8 inches; 210 x 257 mm. Sheet 9 5/8 x x 15 1/2 inches; 244 x 394 mm. C 

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Don Freeman (American 1908-1978), Puttin' on the Ritz (McCulloch 27), lithograph, plate size: 220 x 178 mm

Lot 668: Don Freeman (American 1908-1978), Puttin' on the Ritz (McCulloch 27), lithograph, plate size: 220 x 178 mm

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Description: Don Freeman (American 1908-1978) Puttin' on the Ritz (McCulloch 27) Lithograph, 1931, signed Don Freeman in pencil l.r. and titled in pencil l.l., from an edition of 25 or fewer, printed by Art Students League, New York; apparently in good condition. Framed.* Plate size: 220 x 178 mm (8-5/8 x 7 in)

Condition Report: With light toning throughout; with handling smudges and a few creases around perimeter; with loss of paper l.r.c., with diagonal small tear l.r.c., with small tear and small loss of paper lower right edge; with small crease u.r.c.; with two linen tape hinges upper edge. Weschler's provides written condition reports, upon request, for any lot in our auctions. Such a condition report is provided as a courtesy to our clients and should in no instance replace first hand inspection by a prospective buyer or his/her agent. All property is sold "as is" in accordance with the terms set forth in paragraph 3 of Conditions of Sale. Neither Weschler's nor the consignor makes any express or implied warranty or representation as to the condition of any lot offered for sale, and no statement made at any time, whether oral or written, shall constitute such a warranty or representation.

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DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

Lot 794: DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American, 1908 - 1978). "Kiosk, Cable Car, Rain". Color lithograph. 1956. Signed in the stone. Estate stamped, verso. Edition of 25. Full margins. Fine impression. Fine condition. McCulloch catalogues the print as an offset lithograph. Our impression is a lithograph, but does not appear to be an offset. Literature/catalogue raisonne: M142. Image size: 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 in. (368 x 286 mm). [6828] {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

Lot 806: DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American, 1908 - 1978). "Kiosk, Cable Car, Rain". Color lithograph. 1956. Signed in the stone. Estate stamped, verso. Edition of 25. Full margins. Fine impression. Fine condition. McCulloch catalogues the print as an offset lithograph. Our impression is a lithograph, but does not appear to be an offset. Literature/catalogue raisonne: M142. Image size: 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 in. (368 x 286 mm). [6828] |50| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

Lot 907: DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American, 1908 - 1978). "Kiosk, Cable Car, Rain". Color lithograph. 1956. Signed in the stone. Estate stamped, verso. Edition of 25. Full margins. Fine impression. Fine condition. McCulloch catalogues the print as an offset lithograph. Our impression is a lithograph, but does not appear to be an offset. Literature/catalogue raisonne: M142. Image size: 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 in. (368 x 286 mm). [6828] {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978). ABOVE THE STARS-DODSWORTH, signed and titled lower margin. Colored pencil and ink wash on board.

Lot 968: DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978). ABOVE THE STARS-DODSWORTH, signed and titled lower margin. Colored pencil and ink wash on board.

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Description: DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978). ABOVE THE STARS-DODSWORTH, signed and titled lower margin. Colored pencil and ink wash on board - Unframed, 11 in. x 7 3/4 in.

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DON FREEMAN

Lot 977: DON FREEMAN

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Description: DON FREEMAN (1908 - 1978) American artist representative of the "Ashcan School", a drama artist and children's book illustrator. His book: It Shouldn't Happen - ", (Harcourt, Brace and Co., New York) 1945. 5 3/4" X 8 1/4". Pages unnumbered. The front flyleaf bear a large black ink and blue crayon illustration of a dog reading a newspaper, with the following two pages inscribed: "This copy is for [theater columnist] Leonard Lyons from Don Freeman. August, 1945. Here is the event whose shadow you were the first to cast some months ago--Remember? With thanks. Don". With soiled dust jacket, very good.

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DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

Lot 1031: DON FREEMAN - Color lithograph

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Description: Don Freeman (American, 1908 - 1978). "Kiosk, Cable Car, Rain". Color lithograph. 1956. Signed in the stone. Estate stamped, verso. Edition of 25. Full margins. Fine impression. Fine condition. Literature/catalogue raisonne: M142. McCulloch catalogues the print as an offset lithograph. Our impression is a lithograph, but does not appear to be an offset. Image size: 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 in. (368 x 286 mm). [6828] |50| {R100}

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978)

Lot 1266: DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978) "SPARRING PARTNERS AT GYM IN NYC".

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Description: Oil on canvas scene shows two men flexing their muscles facing each other. One is in flesh tones and the other in white tones, against a greenish background. Signed lower right "D.F.". Housed in a modern gilt wood frame. SIZE: 30" x 22". CONDITION: Small puncture at center bottom, otherwise very good. 9-96079

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Don Freeman, (1908-1978),

Lot 1691: Don Freeman, (1908-1978), "Late Comer", lithograph, Sight image 8" H x 8 1/2" W, framed.

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Description: Don Freeman (1908-1978) "Late Comer" lithograph Signed lower right and titled lower left. Freeman was especially well known for his illustrations of scenes from the New York City theater world. Information about artist on back of frame reads: "B. San Diego, Cal., 1908. Studied: ASL, with John Sloan, Harry Wickey, and with Kathryn Cherry. Awards: prize, Phila. Pr. Cl. Work: WMAA. Exhibited: AIC; WMAA; FAFA; CGA. I., 'Human Comedy' (Saroyan); 'White Deer' (Thurber); 'Once Around the Sun' (Atkinson). Author: 'Come One, Come All.' Author, I. (in collaboration with Lydia Freeman), 'Chuggy and the Blue Caboose'; 'Pet of the Met' and other children's books." Sight image 8" H x 8 1/2" W, framed.

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DON FREEMAN  The Rehersal  Oil

Lot 2057: DON FREEMAN The Rehersal Oil

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Description: DON FREEMAN (American 1908-1978) The Rehersal Oil on masonite 24 x 28.75 inches/ 61 x 73 centimeters Signed upper right "Don Freeman" Verso: Sketch Frame: 34.5 x 39.5 inches/ 87.6 x 100.3 centimeters Note: Custom frame by Richard Tobey PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Ross, California

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DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978)

Lot 2442: DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978) "SPARRING PARTNERS AT GYM IN NYC".

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Description: Oil on canvas scene shows two men flexing their muscles facing each other. One is in flesh tones and the other in white tones, against a greenish background. Signed lower right "D.F.". Housed in a modern gilt wood frame. SIZE: 30" x 22". PROVENANCE: Collection of Elwyn Dearborn, Medford, NJ; Portland, ME. CONDITION: Small puncture at center bottom, otherwise very good. 9-96079

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Lot 7: FREEMAN, Don (1908-1978)

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Description: The Passing Show Lithograph 36,2 x 41,3 inches (92.0 x 105.0in) Signed.

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DON FREEMAN (1908-1978)

Lot 13: DON FREEMAN (1908-1978)

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Description: DON FREEMAN (1908-1978) First-Nighters' Intermission (McCulloch 44) lithograph, 1932, on wove paper, signed and titled in pencil, from the edition of approximately 35, with wide margins (the lower sheet edge trimmed irregularly), light-staining, surface soiling, a small nick at the center of right sheet edge, a skillfully repaired tear in the lower left margin, otherwise in very good condition; together with Art Curb Market (McCulloch 84), lithograph, 1934, on wove paper, signed in pencil, numbered 38/50, the second state (of two)L. 9 3/8 x 11¼ in. (240 x 290 mm.)S. 12 9/16 x 14 13/16 in. (320 x 377 mm.) (2)

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Lot 23: DON FREEMAN (AMERICAN, 1908-1978)

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Description: LOT OF TWO CITY GENRE SCENES: "THE PASSING SHOW" AND "TO SEE THE MAYOR" Both signed "Don Freeman" in pencil l.r. and in the matrix l.l. and u.r., respectively, both titled in pencil l.l., former identified on label from Associated American Artists on the reverse. Lithographs on paper, image sizes to 12 x 9 in. (30.5 x 22.8 cm.), framed. Condition: Good, not examined out of frames.

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DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978)

Lot 24: DON FREEMAN (American, 1908-1978)

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Description: two men on horse drawn coach, likely Central park, NYCpencil signed

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Don Freeman American, 1908-1978 (i) Monday Morning, 1940 (ii) Bustling Street Scene, 1976

Lot 25: Don Freeman American, 1908-1978 (i) Monday Morning, 1940 (ii) Bustling Street Scene, 1976

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Description: Don Freeman American, 1908-1978 (i) Monday Morning, 1940 Signed Freeman (lr); titled and dated on a label affixed to the backing Oil on board 15 3/4 x 16 inches (ii) Bustling Street Scene, 1976 Signed Don Freeman (lr) and dedicated To Edith and Morris with love and golden memories of our meeting Don 1976 (ll) Ink and watercolor heightened with gouache on paper Sight 16 1/2 x 16 inches Provenance: The Margo Feiden Galleries, New York

Condition Report: Monday Morning: Light surface dirt and wear along the edges. No apparent restoration. Overall good condition. Street Scene: Not examined out of the frame. Light toning, appears to be in overall good condition. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.

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Lot 27: FREEMAN, DON (1908-1978)

Description: Sardi's at noon, 1933 Lithograph 10x12 inches (25.2x30.3 cm) Title SD.

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Don Freeman

Lot 32: Don Freeman

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Description: 1908-1978SUBWAY WORKERSSigned Don Freeman (ll)Oil on canvas laid to masonite23 7/8 x 20 inches

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Lot 36: Don Freeman (American, 1908-1978)

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Description: "At the Market" Signed, pen and ink and watercolor on paper sight 7 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches.

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Lot 38: FREEMAN, DON (1908-1978)

Description: Dawn in the assembly, 1936 Lithograph () signed & dated 18/50 + 1 litho. by Grace Albee.

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Lot 38: DON FREEMAN (1908-1978)

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Description: DAWN IN THE ASSEMBLY (NOT IN MCCULLOGH) lithograph, 1936, on Rives, signed and titled in pencil, a previously unrecorded proof, with full margins, in excellent condition; Art Curb Market or Washington Square Art Show (McC. 84) - - lithograph, 1934, on wove paper, signed in pencil, numbered 18/50 from the edition printed in 1974 (there were also 10 artist's proofs plus approximately 30 printed in 1934), with full margins, in excellent condition; Butchering at Mr. Fenk's Place and Entangled Tractor, by GRACE ALBEE (1890-1985) - - wood engravings, circa 1945 and 1945, on tissue-thin Japan, Butchering signed and titled in pencil, Tractor signed, titled and dated in pencil and inscribed "Ed 100", Butchering numbered 8/125, with margins, Butchering with some small tears at the top left margin corner, taped down at the tips of the top margin corners, otherwise both in excellent condition (4) Dawn in the Assembly is clearly related to the print of the same title listed as McCullough 107. The example here varies significantly in composition from the editioned print, however, and is also several inches larger. It may be a unique proof. ERRATA LOT 38: BUTCHERING AT MR. FENK'S PLACE by Grace Albee was withdrawn from this lot.

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