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    • LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (1922-2013) Pippi Longstocking. [CHILDRENS]
      Jan. 28, 2021

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (1922-2013) Pippi Longstocking. [CHILDRENS]

      Est: $300 - $400

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (1922-2013) Pippi Longstocking. A unique gift drawing of Glanzman's most famous story character, circa early 1970s. Ink on paper. 250x215 mm;10x8 1/2 inches. Inscribed and signed "Happy Birthday Mary-Beth / from LSG and Pippi Longstocking. Accompanied by an Autograph Letter Signed by Glanzman (to Mary-Beth's mother, who requested the drawing). 1 page, 8vo, dated April 1976, on Glanzman's stationery, mentioning that he, too, has a daughter named Mary-Beth and asks only for a modest reciprocal birthday remembrance in return for the drawing. A touching thank-you letter from his daughter for that promise kept is also included.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Louis Glanzman (American B. 1922) Acrylic on board
      Dec. 08, 2020

      Louis Glanzman (American B. 1922) Acrylic on board

      Est: $200 - $800

      DESCRIPTION: An Acrylic on Board painting by Louis Glanzman titled "The Empty Land" depicts a western figure standing with his rifle and Carriage along the back drop, signed "Glanzman". Stickered along the Verso with Alan M. Goffman and artist info. CIRCA: Mid - Late 20th Cent. ORIGIN: USA DIMENSIONS: H: 30.25" W: 25.5" CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS (305) 333-4134. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

      Akiba Galleries
    • Louis Glanzman (b. 1922)
      Mar. 21, 2019

      Louis Glanzman (b. 1922)

      Est: $500 - $800

      Acrylic on panel, cloaked figure holding a pistol on a woman, SDLR, 1980. Panel is adhered to foam board. Foam board is stamped and signed en verso. 34"h x 20"w and 38"h x 23"w

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman (b. 1922)
      Mar. 21, 2019

      Louis Glanzman (b. 1922)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Acrylic on panel, WWII soldiers marching on the backdrop of a Knights Cross of the Iron Cross. SDLR, 1980. 36"h x 15"w

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman (b. 1922)
      Mar. 21, 2019

      Louis Glanzman (b. 1922)

      Est: $500 - $800

      Mixed media, Vietnam era landscape of soldiers and aircraft. SDCR, 1979. Panel is adhered to foam board. Foam board is stamped and signed en verso. 27"h x 30.5"w and 30"h x 33"w 

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman (born 1922)
      Mar. 21, 2019

      Louis Glanzman (born 1922)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Acrylic on panel, SLR, WWII fighting scene. Panel is adhered to foam board. 17"h x 21.5"w and 20"h x 24"w foam board

      Alderfer Auction
    • LOUIS GLANZMAN (1922-2013) HONKY-TONK ILLUSTRATION
      Apr. 02, 2017

      LOUIS GLANZMAN (1922-2013) HONKY-TONK ILLUSTRATION

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Framed oil painting, an illustration, "Honky Tonk-U.S.A.", initialed lower right LSG (Louis Glanzman, Virginia, New York, 1922-2013), together with Collier's Magazine, April 26, 1952, where at page 21 the illustration appears in a story of the same name by William J. Slocum, tag of Collier's Art Department at verso, 28"h, 29.25"w Start Price: $2000.00

      Austin Auction Gallery
    • The Original Artwork for ''The Illustrated Man'', by Louis Glanzman -- Ray Bradbury Personally Owned
      Nov. 20, 2014

      The Original Artwork for ''The Illustrated Man'', by Louis Glanzman -- Ray Bradbury Personally Owned

      Est: $9,500 - $14,250

      Ray Bradbury personally owned painting by Louis Glanzman, commissioned as the cover art for the 1963 edition of Bradbury's book, ''The Illustrated Man'', first published in 1951. Art depicts the title character, whose unique, animated tattoos serve as the frame story that ties together Bradbury's compilation of 18 short stories. This character of the tattooed man reappears later in Bradbury's classic, ''Something Wicked This Way Comes''. Glanzman's painting is casein on board, with a transparent overlay containing drawings of several of the eerie tattoos as well as contrasting paint highlights. Measures 15.75'' x 27.25''. Overlay is taped to board around its edges. Verso bears ink notations, likely by the book's publisher from printing. Painting itself is near fine. With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate.

      Nate D Sanders Auctions
    • The Original Artwork for ''The Illustrated Man'', by Louis Glanzman -- Ray Bradbury Personally Owned
      Sep. 25, 2014

      The Original Artwork for ''The Illustrated Man'', by Louis Glanzman -- Ray Bradbury Personally Owned

      Est: $15,000 - $22,500

      Ray Bradbury personally owned painting by Louis Glanzman, commissioned as the cover art for the 1963 edition of Bradbury's book, ''The Illustrated Man'', first published in 1951. Art depicts the title character, whose unique, animated tattoos serve as the frame story that ties together Bradbury's compilation of 18 short stories. This character of the tattooed man reappears later in Bradbury's classic, ''Something Wicked This Way Comes''. Glanzman's painting is casein on board, with a transparent overlay containing drawings of several of the eerie tattoos as well as contrasting paint highlights. Measures 15.75'' x 27.25''. Overlay is taped to board around its edges. Verso bears ink notations, likely by the book's publisher from printing. Painting itself is near fine. With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate.

      Nate D Sanders Auctions
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Argossy Illustration of woman in red chair, acrylic on board, 24" x 20", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $70.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      "Backyard", acrylic on board, 20" x 25", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $150.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      "Working Class House", acrylic on board, 20" x 25", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $150.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      "First Continental Congress", acrylic on board, 20" x 25", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $150.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      "Site of the President's House", acrylic on board, 20" x 25", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $150.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      "The City Tavern", acrylic on board, 20" x 25", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $150.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • Louis Glanzman
      Sep. 11, 2009

      Louis Glanzman

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      "Independence Square", acrylic on board, 12" x 25", SLR. Artist: American, 20th century. Shipping: $150.00 plus insurance.

      Alderfer Auction
    • LOUIS GLANZMAN (AMERICAN, 1922-) THE SIGNING OF THE CONSTITUTION Color Print: 18 1/4 x 28 1/4
      Nov. 01, 2008

      LOUIS GLANZMAN (AMERICAN, 1922-) THE SIGNING OF THE CONSTITUTION Color Print: 18 1/4 x 28 1/4

      Est: $600 - $800

      LOUIS GLANZMAN (AMERICAN, 1922-) THE SIGNING OF THE CONSTITUTION Color Print: 18 1/4 x 28 1/4 Framed; lower left numbered: 27/ 2500; lower right signed and numbered: Louis Glanzman LXXXVII

      Potomack Company
    • LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (American b.1922) War Chief,
      Oct. 15, 2008

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (American b.1922) War Chief,

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (American b.1922) War Chief, book illustration Mixed-media on board 17 x 41.5 in. Signed lower right

      Heritage Auctions
    • LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (AMERICAN B. 1922) BENJAMIN
      Jun. 22, 2008

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (AMERICAN B. 1922) BENJAMIN

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (american b. 1922) BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Signed with initials and dated 'LSG 03' bottom right, signed 'Louis S. Glanzman' verso, mixed media on canvas 26 x 26 in. (66 x 66cm)

      Freeman's
    • LOUIS S. GLANZMAN, (AMERICAN B. 1922), "PASSING A LEGACY"
      Jun. 24, 2007

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN, (AMERICAN B. 1922), "PASSING A LEGACY"

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      LOUIS S. GLANZMAN (american b. 1922) "PASSING A LEGACY" Signed with initials and signed and dated ''© LSG LOUIS S. GLANZMAN ''89'' lower center right side, oil on canvas 45 x 73 1/2 in. (114.3 x 186.7cm) provenance: Collection of Mrs. Paul''s Kitchen. note: On September 17, 1987 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America began the five year celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Constitution when Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, Park Superintendent Hobart Cawood and eight children rang the Liberty Bell replica officially commemorating that great day in 1787. On that day in 1987 the heritage of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights was passed from one generation to the next whose responsibility it will be to observe and protect our most important document and all that it represents. The Copernicus Society of America commissioned noted artist Louis Glanzman to capture that moment in time and the final work, "Passing a Legacy", does it beautifully. Chief Justice Burger and Park Superintendent Cawood symbolically relinquish the responsibility to observe and protect the United State Constitution and the Bill of Rights to the next generation of Americans who are represented by the diverse ethnicity of the eight children who are ringing the Liberty Bell. As a point of interest, artist Louis Glanzman painted himself into the painting even though he was not actually present on September 17, 1987. He is the silver haired gentleman wearing glasses and smoking a cigar on the far right of the painting. We wish to thank Erik Nelson for his assistance in cataloguing this lot.

      Freeman's
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