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Abbott, Samuel Nelson

Price: $ 14,000.00

Description: At the train station

Comment: With the arguable exception of J.C. Leyendecker, no American artist was as popular, or as successful, in defining men’s fashion of the first quarter of the 20th Century. While he worked for a very limited number of other clients, it is with H, S & M that he is immediately associated. His full size originals such as this are remarkably scarce on the market... in part because of his loyalty to the one client and in part because he so rarely signed his work. This is truly a museum quality piece. 


Artist Samuel Nelson Abbott (1874-1953)
Caption "Good overcoats save your money. You’ll pay more for a good one than a poor one; but it will cost less. The saving is in the service, not in the price. Be sure that this name is in it: Hart, Schaffner & Marx.”
Condition A little crackling from age, could use a cleaning, overall very good. Modestly framed.
Medium Oil on canvas
Publication Information Advertisement for Hart, Schaffner & Marx which appeared in The Saturday Evening Post in 1922, among other places.
Signature Not Signed
Size 27.25 x 41.5” on a 34 x 50” canvas
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