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Sculptor, Painter, b. 1901 - d. 1982

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    • Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), religious scenes, 2 lithographs, 8 5/8"H x 11 5/8"W (largest)
      Oct. 07, 2023

      Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), religious scenes, 2 lithographs, 8 5/8"H x 11 5/8"W (largest)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Edgar Britton Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, (1901 - 1982) religious scenes 2 lithographs Signed lower right and inscribed. Biography from the Archives of askART: Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grand Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. Art exhibitions: "The Lyrical Line: Edgar Britton's Passion for the Human Figure." Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 20 January-13 May 2001. "The Erotic Art of Edgar Britton," Coburn Gallery, Colorado College. 28 March -18 April, 2001. Reviews of book and exhibitions: Joanne Ditmer, "Brazen bronze: Book spotlights Britton's graceful local figures." Denver Post. 4 June 2001. Michael Paglia, "Mind and Body: Edgar Britton's legacy is rediscovered." Westword. 12-18 April, 2001. Mark Arnest, "Exhibits show Britton's work is both erotic, innocent." The Gazette. Colorado Springs, 6 April 2001. Mary Chandler, "Work celebrates human body." Rocky Mountain News. 25 March 2001. John Hazlehurst, "Tracing the Lyrical Line." The Independent. Colorado Springs, 18-24 January 2001. Sources include: Louise Dunn Yochim, Role and Impact: The Chicago Society of Artists Elizabeth Kennedy, Chicago Modern, 1893-1945 Exhibition and book review information courtesy of Jane Hilberry Roland Ramirez, Chicago Heights, Illinois

      Ripley Auctions
    • Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), Bather, 1940 / Samson and Delilah, 3 woodcuts, 6"H x 4"W (plate), 10"H x 7 7/8"W (sheet) (Samson and Delilah)
      Oct. 07, 2023

      Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), Bather, 1940 / Samson and Delilah, 3 woodcuts, 6"H x 4"W (plate), 10"H x 7 7/8"W (sheet) (Samson and Delilah)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Edgar Britton Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, (1901 - 1982) Bather, 1940 / Samson and Delilah 3 woodcuts Pencil signed and titled. Biography from the Archives of askART: Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grand Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. Art exhibitions: "The Lyrical Line: Edgar Britton's Passion for the Human Figure." Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 20 January-13 May 2001. "The Erotic Art of Edgar Britton," Coburn Gallery, Colorado College. 28 March -18 April, 2001. Reviews of book and exhibitions: Joanne Ditmer, "Brazen bronze: Book spotlights Britton's graceful local figures." Denver Post. 4 June 2001. Michael Paglia, "Mind and Body: Edgar Britton's legacy is rediscovered." Westword. 12-18 April, 2001. Mark Arnest, "Exhibits show Britton's work is both erotic, innocent." The Gazette. Colorado Springs, 6 April 2001. Mary Chandler, "Work celebrates human body." Rocky Mountain News. 25 March 2001. John Hazlehurst, "Tracing the Lyrical Line." The Independent. Colorado Springs, 18-24 January 2001. Sources include: Louise Dunn Yochim, Role and Impact: The Chicago Society of Artists Elizabeth Kennedy, Chicago Modern, 1893-1945 Exhibition and book review information courtesy of Jane Hilberry Roland Ramirez, Chicago Heights, Illinois

      Ripley Auctions
    • Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), Couple, woodcut, 5 1/2"H x 7 1/2"W (plate), 10 1/2"H x 14 1/2"W (sheet), 14"H x 18"W (mat)
      Oct. 07, 2023

      Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), Couple, woodcut, 5 1/2"H x 7 1/2"W (plate), 10 1/2"H x 14 1/2"W (sheet), 14"H x 18"W (mat)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Edgar Britton Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, (1901 - 1982) Couple woodcut Numbered 1/50 and titled lower left, signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grand Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. Art exhibitions: "The Lyrical Line: Edgar Britton's Passion for the Human Figure." Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 20 January-13 May 2001. "The Erotic Art of Edgar Britton," Coburn Gallery, Colorado College. 28 March -18 April, 2001. Reviews of book and exhibitions: Joanne Ditmer, "Brazen bronze: Book spotlights Britton's graceful local figures." Denver Post. 4 June 2001. Michael Paglia, "Mind and Body: Edgar Britton's legacy is rediscovered." Westword. 12-18 April, 2001. Mark Arnest, "Exhibits show Britton's work is both erotic, innocent." The Gazette. Colorado Springs, 6 April 2001. Mary Chandler, "Work celebrates human body." Rocky Mountain News. 25 March 2001. John Hazlehurst, "Tracing the Lyrical Line." The Independent. Colorado Springs, 18-24 January 2001. Sources include: Louise Dunn Yochim, Role and Impact: The Chicago Society of Artists Elizabeth Kennedy, Chicago Modern, 1893-1945 Exhibition and book review information courtesy of Jane Hilberry Roland Ramirez, Chicago Heights, Illinois

      Ripley Auctions
    • Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), reclined female nude, 1934, graphite on paper, 7 3/4"H x 10 1/4"W
      Oct. 07, 2023

      Edgar Britton, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska (1901 - 1982), reclined female nude, 1934, graphite on paper, 7 3/4"H x 10 1/4"W

      Est: $300 - $500

      Edgar Britton Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, (1901 - 1982) reclined female nude, 1934 graphite on paper Signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grand Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. Art exhibitions: "The Lyrical Line: Edgar Britton's Passion for the Human Figure." Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 20 January-13 May 2001. "The Erotic Art of Edgar Britton," Coburn Gallery, Colorado College. 28 March -18 April, 2001. Reviews of book and exhibitions: Joanne Ditmer, "Brazen bronze: Book spotlights Britton's graceful local figures." Denver Post. 4 June 2001. Michael Paglia, "Mind and Body: Edgar Britton's legacy is rediscovered." Westword. 12-18 April, 2001. Mark Arnest, "Exhibits show Britton's work is both erotic, innocent." The Gazette. Colorado Springs, 6 April 2001. Mary Chandler, "Work celebrates human body." Rocky Mountain News. 25 March 2001. John Hazlehurst, "Tracing the Lyrical Line." The Independent. Colorado Springs, 18-24 January 2001. Sources include: Louise Dunn Yochim, Role and Impact: The Chicago Society of Artists Elizabeth Kennedy, Chicago Modern, 1893-1945 Exhibition and book review information courtesy of Jane Hilberry Roland Ramirez, Chicago Heights, Illinois

      Ripley Auctions
    • Edgar Britton (American, 1901 - 1982)
      Feb. 05, 2023

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901 - 1982)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Edgar Britton (Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, 1901 - 1982) Signed and dated ('39) lower right. Oil on Canvas. Sight Size: 12 x 9 in. Overall Framed Size: 19 x 16 in.

      Helmuth Stone
    • Edgar Britton, Bronze, Reclining Woman
      Aug. 27, 2022

      Edgar Britton, Bronze, Reclining Woman

      Est: $300 - $500

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982), "Reclining Woman", bronze, signed, 5" H x 10 1/2" L x 4 1/2" D.

      Kaminski Auctions
    • Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Ghost of Panhandle Texas
      Oct. 29, 2020

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Ghost of Panhandle Texas

      Est: $300 - $500

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Ghost of Panhandle Texas pastel on paper signed EB (lower right) 20 x 16 inches

      Hindman
    • Edgar Britton | Man with Hand on Hips
      Sep. 17, 2020

      Edgar Britton | Man with Hand on Hips

      Est: $1,600 - $2,600

      Artist: Edgar Britton | 1901-1982 Title: Man with Hand on Hips Inscribed on left foot EB Media: Bronze Dimensions: 12 by 5 by 3 1/2 inches Additional dimensions: 12 by 5 by 3.5 inches with base Condition: Very Good Condition details: This sculpture is in very good condition. Close inspection reveals a small amount of oxidation in the crotch area.

      Altermann Galleries
    • Edgar Britton | Man - Hands to Side
      Sep. 17, 2020

      Edgar Britton | Man - Hands to Side

      Est: $1,800 - $2,800

      Artist: Edgar Britton | 1901-1982 Title: Man - Hands to Side Inscribed on rear: EB Media: Bronze Dimensions: 13 1/2 by 5 by 3 1/4 inches Additional dimensions: 13.5 by 5 by 3.25 inches with base Condition: Very Good Condition details: This sculpture is in very good condition. Close inspection reveals nothing of issue.

      Altermann Galleries
    • Edgar Britton | Rider
      Sep. 17, 2020

      Edgar Britton | Rider

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Artist: Edgar Britton | 1901-1982 Title: Rider Inscribed on base: EB Media: Bronze Dimensions: 8 1/2 by 9 by 2 1/2 inches Additional dimensions: 10 by 9 by 3.25 inches with base Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition. The wood base is in very good condition. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues.

      Altermann Galleries
    • Edgar Britton | Dancers
      Sep. 17, 2020

      Edgar Britton | Dancers

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Artist: Edgar Britton | 1901-1982 Title: Dancers Inscribed on male right leg: EB Media: Bronze Dimensions: 17 by 14 by 4 inches Additional dimensions: 19 by 14 by 6.5 inches with base Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition with normal wear. The wood base is in good condition. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues. The piece is slightly loose on the base.

      Altermann Galleries
    • Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Fountain
      Jun. 04, 2020

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Fountain

      Est: $600 - $800

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Fountain, bronze height 10 1/2 x width 6 x depth 6 inches Property from an Important Private Collection of Modernist West Art

      Hindman
    • EDGAR BRITTON (AMER.1901-82), OIL ON CANVAS, 1932, H 36", W 26"
      May. 17, 2020

      EDGAR BRITTON (AMER.1901-82), OIL ON CANVAS, 1932, H 36", W 26"

      Est: $1,400 - $2,500

      EDGAR BRITTON (AMER.1901-82), OIL ON CANVAS, 1932, H 36", W 26" Seated figure of a ballerina. Signed upper left. Having a label on stretcher reading "Edgar Britton 645 Michigan Ave.". Appears to have the original hand carved distressed wood frame and liner.

      DuMouchelles
    • Edgar Britton, (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982), female nude, bronze sculpture, 14"H.
      Jul. 20, 2019

      Edgar Britton, (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982), female nude, bronze sculpture, 14"H.

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Edgar Britton (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982) female nude bronze sculpture unsigned. From the personal collection of Chicago/Santa Fe artist Ramon Shiva (American; 1893-1963). Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grant Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. 14"H.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Edgar Britton, (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982), Nude Woman with Towel, 1942, watercolor on paper, 8” H x 5 ½ W sight 13"...
      Jul. 20, 2019

      Edgar Britton, (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982), Nude Woman with Towel, 1942, watercolor on paper, 8” H x 5 ½ W sight 13"...

      Est: $150 - $300

      Edgar Britton (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982) Nude Woman with Towel, 1942 watercolor on paper signed and dated '42 lower left. From the personal collection of Chicago/Santa Fe artist Ramon Shiva (American; 1893-1963). Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grant Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. 8' H x 5 1/2 W sight 13" x 11" frame

      Ripley Auctions
    • Edgar Britton, (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982), Black Family Planting a Tree, oil on board, 9” H x 7” W sight 12-3/4" x...
      Jul. 20, 2019

      Edgar Britton, (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982), Black Family Planting a Tree, oil on board, 9” H x 7” W sight 12-3/4" x...

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      Edgar Britton (Illinois / Colorado / Nebraska, 1901-1982) Black Family Planting a Tree oil on board signed lower right. From the personal collection of Chicago/Santa Fe artist Ramon Shiva (American; 1893-1963). Known primarily for his murals, Edgar Britton was also a painter in oil and watercolor and a sculptor in bronze. His work, with "simplified, weighty forms", (Kennedy 95) was obviously influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists including Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, and David Siqueiros. Britton was born in Kearney, Nebraska and studied at the University of Iowa and with Grant Wood from 1920 to 1924. His reputation was established during the Depression years when he did numerous paintings and murals for the Federal Art Project including serving as Director from 1940 to 1941 of the mural division of the Illinois Art Project. His fresco work, completed for the Works Progress Administration, is in the Waterloo, Iowa Post Office; and Chicago Heights, Illinois at Bloom High School. On June 3, 1982, it was named the first high school in Illinois to be a National Historic site, in part because of the Edgar Britton's frescoes, which are in the entrance of the building and on other walls throughout Bloom High School. (Information from Roland Ramirez, 1982 graduate of Bloom High School). Because he had tuberculosis, his doctor advised him to go to Colorado, which he did in the mid 1940s, and he stayed there the remainder of his life and focused primarily on creating sculpture. He also taught art at the Fountain Valley School for boys and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. From 1967 to 1971, he was a member of the Fine Arts Commission of Denver, and he served as President of the Artists Equity in Colorado Springs. 9' H x 7' W sight 12-3/4" x 11-1/2" board

      Ripley Auctions
    • EDGAR BRITTON (1901-1982): BLACK BARN
      Mar. 03, 2018

      EDGAR BRITTON (1901-1982): BLACK BARN

      Est: $400 - $600

      EDGAR BRITTON (1901-1982): BLACK BARN Oil on board, 1933, signed 'Edgar Britton' and dated lower left, stamped The Art Institute of Chicago on the reverse of the frame. 19 3/4 x 32 in. (sight), 27 x 39 1/2 in. (frame, glazed).

      STAIR
    • Edgar Britton, Bronze Figural Sculpture
      Nov. 11, 2017

      Edgar Britton, Bronze Figural Sculpture

      Est: $500 - $700

      Edgar Britton figural sculpture on a black marble base.

      Revere Auctions
    • Edgar Britton lithograph
      Feb. 20, 2016

      Edgar Britton lithograph

      Est: $60 - $120

      Edgar Britton (American 1901-1982)- ''Bathers''- lithograph, signed and titled in pencil, small tape stains upper margin corners, well away from image. 8 7/8 x 12 5/8''

      Rachel Davis Fine Arts
    • Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude Sitting, 1941
      Jun. 09, 2011

      Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude Sitting, 1941

      Est: $200 - $400

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Nude Sitting, 1941 ink on paper signed and dated (lower right) 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches.

      Hindman
    • Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude After Bath
      Nov. 02, 2009

      Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude After Bath

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Nude After Bath oil on canvas signed and dated '89 (lower right) 19 x 15 1/2 inches.

      Hindman
    • Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude after bath
      Aug. 16, 2009

      Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude after bath

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Nude after bath oil on canvas signed and dated '89 (lower right) 19 x 15 1/2 inches.

      Hindman
    • Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude Sitting, 1941
      May. 04, 2009

      Edgar Britton, (American, 1901-1982), Nude Sitting, 1941

      Est: $200 - $400

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982) Nude Sitting, 1941 ink on paper signed and dated (lower right) 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches.

      Hindman
    • Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982)
      May. 20, 2005

      Edgar Britton (American, 1901-1982)

      Est: $500 - $600

      Portrait of a Woman Signed and dated "Edgar Britton 33" u.l. Oil on panel, 17 3/4 x 15 3/4 in. (45 x 40 cm), framed. Condition: Surface cracks, craquelure, surface grime.

      Skinner
    • Edgar Britton (1901-1982)
      May. 16, 2004

      Edgar Britton (1901-1982)

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Man in Space 1978

      Wright
    • Edgar Britton (1901-1982)
      Nov. 09, 2003

      Edgar Britton (1901-1982)

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      untitled (Beach Scene) 1933

      Wright
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