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Davis Cone - Variety Photoplays - 1983 - SIGNED

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Brooklyn , NY US
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  • Davis Cone - Variety Photoplays - 1983 - SIGNED
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Description: "Variety Photoplays" by Davis Cone, 1983 Signed Lithograph. Paper size is 34.25 x 26 inches, with an image size of 32.5 x 24 inches. The Lithograph is from an edition size of 300 and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Signed and Numbered out of 300 in pencil by Cone. Lithograph printed on Arches paper with the raised printer's stamp in lower, left-hand corner. The image features Ivan Karp's blue Volvo, the founder of the OK Harris Gallery in SoHo, NY, as noted by his initials of "ICK" on the license plate. Mr. Karp was driving Cone around that rainy evening when he took the photograph that his painting and print would be based on. The Variety Photoplays theater, which was located at 110 Third Avenue in New York City, began as a nickel theater. Later, the theater showed adult films and was lastly used as an off-Broadway theater. The theater was demolished in 2005.

Condition Report: A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling

Notes: Signed and Numbered out of 300 in pencil by Cone. Lithograph printed on Arches paper with the raised printer's stamp in lower, left-hand corner. The image features Ivan Karp's blue Volvo, the founder of the OK Harris Gallery in SoHo, NY, as noted by his initials of "ICK" on the license plate. Mr. Karp was driving Cone around that rainy evening when he took the photograph that his painting and print would be based on. The Variety Photoplays theater, which was located at 110 Third Avenue in New York City, began as a nickel theater. Later, the theater showed adult films and was lastly used as an off-Broadway theater. The theater was demolished in 2005.

Dimensions: 34.25 x 26 inches

Artist or Maker: Davis Cone

Medium: Lithograph

Date: 1983

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