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Morgan, Wallace

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Price: $2,100.00

Description: Elegant luncheon crowd

Comment: Collecting is an adventure… be it coins, baseball cards, cars or illustration art. Consistently one of my favorite illustrators has been Wallace Morgan. I believe in candor. Speaking of which, this piece is more expensive than just about anything of his that's appeared on the auction market in the past twenty years. That said, I think one would be hard-pressed to find a better encapsulation of the era, from Morgan or anyone else. Maybe what this really shows is how affordable the collecting of American illustration art can be.

Price: $2,100 (includes domestic shipping)

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Artist Wallace Morgan (1873-1948)
Caption “The Ritz”
Condition Brittle board with loss (almost exclusively confined to the margins) along left edge. Some of the areas of gouache (mainly in the hanging flower arrangements) have darkened with age. Overall untouched and typical of something over 100 years old. Not matted, not framed.
Medium Charcoal and wash
Publication Information Full-page illustration for Harper's Weekly, August 23rd, 1913.
Signature Signed lower left
Size 16 x 23.5”
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