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Genevieve
Reference no.: 1228
Gerald Leslie Brockhurst, (1890-1978)
Genevieve
1922
Etching
20.1 x 15
Signed in pencil and in the plate

Reference no.: 1218
Henrietta Rattray

c. 1920
Mixed media
60 x 45
Signed
Henrietta Rattray's technique was complex, a mosaic concoction of paint, chocolate wrappers, mica, metal foil, bits of mother-of-pearl and crushed imitation pearl, oiled paper, barbola, sealing wax and even dust.

Reference no.: 1217
Henrietta Rattray

c. 1920
Mixed media
64.5 x 51.4
Signed
Henrietta Rattray's technique was complex, a mosaic concoction of paint, chocolate wrappers, mica, metal foil, bits of mother-of-pearl and crushed imitation pearl, oiled paper, barbola, sealing wax and even dust.
Hollywood - Continental: Frank Martin
Reference no.: 1215
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
Hollywood - Continental: Frank Martin
1988
Catalogue Raisonne by Victor Arwas. Essays by Victor Arwas and John Kobal. The John Kobal Collection is now in the Getty Archives.
Vacation
Reference no.: 1207
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
Vacation
1969
Woodcut in 4 colours
58 x 39
Edition of 30
Signed and titled in pencil
Listed in 'Frank Martin: Hollywood - Continental', number 73
Baignade
Reference no.: 1206
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
Baignade
1969
Woodcut in 2 colours
42 x 60
3/30
Signed and titled in pencil
Listed in 'Frank Martin: Hollywood - Continental', number 74
Advance Australia Fair
Reference no.: 1205
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
Advance Australia Fair
1966
Woodcut in 5 colours
33 x 52
Edition of 40
Signed and titled in pencil
Listed in 'Frank Martin: Hollywood - Continental', number 56
Wampas Baby Stars
Reference no.: 1204
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
Wampas Baby Stars
1966
Etching on zinc
31 x 45
Edition of 50
Signed and titled in pencil
A group of young actresses chosen each year from 1922 to 1934 by the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers as most likely to succeed in pictures. Listed in 'Frank Martin: Hollywood - Continental', number 128
The Ziegfield Follies
Reference no.: 1203
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
The Ziegfield Follies
1965
Woodcut in black and red
54.5 x 46
22/25
Signed and titled in pencil
Listed in 'Frank Martin: Hollywood - Continental', number 53.
Portrait of Chester Conklin
Reference no.: 1202
Frank Martin, (1921-2005)
Portrait of Chester Conklin
1967
Woodcut
15.8 x 22.9
Edition of 100
Signed and titled in pencil
A Mack Sennett veteran, Chester Conklin first appeared as a Keystone Cop in 1913. He later played with Chaplin and in Sunshine Comedies, continuing to work through the 1940s though his was essentially a silent comedy style. Listed in 'Frank Martin: Hollywood - Continental', number 62.
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