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(4) sloid copper plates with Winslow Homer Art-Collectors Edition - $50


(4) sloid copper plates with Winslow Homer Art-Collectors Edition - $50

(4) sloid copper plates with Winslow Homer Art-Collectors Edition - $50

Certified (R.R.) Pure Copper manufactured by Columbia Collector"s Society-The Metal Arts Company-Custom mintors since 1917...These are collectors items and very hard to find!, the 20.00 a piece you could get in scrap weight, but would be better for a collector!
Winslow Homer "The Gulf Stream" This is sculptured plate # 242 of a limited edition os 9500. Certified to be a second issue in the Winslow Homer Commemorative series crafted in pure copper. The original oil painting, which measures 28"x49" and hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a gift of the Wolfe Fund, and has been faithfully interpreted by the noted sculptor, Joseph DiLorenzo. 1977

Winslow Homer "Eight Bells" This is sculptured plate # 242 of a limited edition os 9500. Certified to be a second issue in the Winslow Homer Commemorative series crafted in pure copper. The original oil painting, which measures 25"x30" and hangs in the Addison Gallery of american Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., was anonymously donated, and has been faithfully interpreted by the noted sculptor, Joseph DiLorenzo. 1977

Winslow Homer "Breezing Up" This is sculptured plate # 242 of a limited edition os 9500. Certified to be a second issue in the Winslow Homer Commemorative series crafted in pure copper. The original oil painting, which measures 24"x38" and hangs in the National Gallery of art, Washington, DC as a gift of W.I. & May T. Mellon Foundations, has been faithfully interpreted by the noted sculptor, Joseph DiLorenzo. 1977

Winslow Homer "The Herring Net" This is sculptured plate # 242 of a limited edition os 9500. Certified to be a second issue in the Winslow Homer Commemorative series crafted in pure copper. The original oil painting, which measures 29.5"x47.5" and hangs in the Art Institute of Chicago as a gift of the Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson. Collection, has been faithfully interpreted by the noted sculptor, Joseph DiLorenzo. 1977
Location: Absecon
Posted: May-02-10

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