George Crionas The Winner Pencil Signed Litho 181/200 ,hallmark And Watermark.


George Crionas The Winner  Pencil Signed Litho 181/200 ,hallmark And Watermark.

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George Crionas The Winner Pencil Signed Litho 181/200 ,hallmark And Watermark.:
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George C. Crionas is considered to be one of the foremost clown artists in the USA. He is listed in "The Artists Bluebook" and "Artists in California." I have "The Winner" which is a hand colored lithograph, signed in pencil, numbered 181/200. The certificate of Authenticity from Collier Art Corp of Los Angeles certifies the above and lists and inv. number 1230 The lithograph depicts an Emmett Kelly type clown at the fence of a race track (Santa Anita) with a winning ticket in his hand. The expression on his face indicates he has just won. It is framed in wood and is covered by glass. Excellent condition. Measurement is 18"x 23"and the frame is 31 1/2" x 26 1/2" according to Tobey Moss Gallery in LA.
It was done in 1970 this litho has a hallmark next to the limited edition numbers and a watermark just below the same numbers please see the pictures, if you have any question just send me a few lines and i will get back to you. Thanks.

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George Crionas The Winner Pencil Signed Litho 181/200 ,hallmark And Watermark.:
$200

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