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Searle, Ronald

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Price: $ 4,250.00

Description: General Motors Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair.

Comment: Searle's keen sense of observation and humor are a fine pairing with his strong draftsmanship. Since turning 90 earlier this year, he has attracted another generation of fans. In fact, he's probably more instantly-recognizable now than ever before... a great testimonial to this prolific artist. A copy of the magazine accompanies the purchase of the artwork.

Information

Artist Ronald Searle (1920 - 2011)
Caption “The General Motors exhibit, which is entitled to call itself a Futurama if it really wants to, is the only building in the world that is shaped like a helicopter and accommodates 72,000 visitors a day. It also has an ominously self-willed appearance and the biggest tailfin in captivity. Anything may happen.”
Condition Very good, matted not framed.
Medium pen and ink, watercolor
Publication Information Illustration for “A Glorious Nightmare” by Peter Lyon, appearing in HOLIDAY magazine of July, 1964.
Signature signed lower left.
Size 14.25 x 19”

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