Lot 112: Artist Unknown (Hispanic 20th C. ?)

Creighton-Davis Gallery

January 17, 2017
San Marcos, CA, US

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Description: Title: (Abstract Jungle Landscape), , signed indistincly lower middle ,
Dimensions: 17 by 26 in. (42 x 65 cm.) , Artist Unknown
Medium: oil on hardboard, possible plywood, ,
Date: 20th c.
Condition Report: In very good condition generally, but with extensive craquelure on the surface of the painting. , Sold Framed.
Provenance: Provenance: From the estate of Moshe Lazar, professor of Drama and Comparative Literature, USC; founder and Dean of School of Visual and Peerforming Arts, Tel Aviv University; Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Hunanities, U.S.C. with many honorary degrees and awards. He was a personal friend of Marc Chagall and Samuel Beckett and served as a translator for their literary works. He was also friends with Marko Janco, Agam and Yosl Bergner. For a more complete biography click this link Moshe Lazar.
Notes: Comments: Possibly of Mexican origin.
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