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Jack Paul Maroon (1919 - 2008)

Lot 14: Jack Paul Maroon (1919-2008) , 42nd Street, oil on canvas

Outer Cape Art Auctions

January 1, 2012
Provincetown, MA, US

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42nd Street, medium: oil on canvas, size: 30 x 40, frame size: 31 x 41, frame style: wood slat, signature: signed lower middle, notes: titled verso, condition: very good, provenance: from the estate of the artist (nephew)


30 x 40

Artist or Maker

Jack Paul Maroon


oil on canvas

Condition Report

very good


(1919-2008) Studied at Parson's School of Design in New York and in Versailles, France. Exhibited at Lincoln Center (paintings the West End Theatres in London), The Connell, the Branch Library of the Museum of Performing Arts, Elms College, Borgia Gallery, State Street's Public Library, La Mama's Galleria, NY. Works at The City Museum of New York and in the collection of the late Helen Hayes. Was written up in Bravo Newspaper. Known as a chronicler of theatres and homes in England, France, Japan, New York and Springfield. Guest artist of Royal Shakespeare Company (painted the West End theatres before demolition) and a self-employed artist in New York for many years.


from the estate of the artist (nephew)


titled verso

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