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Signed in pencil in the image, lower right. Edition of 20 Image: 11 1/2 x 9 1/2" This is one of just a few 1940's surrealist serigraphs by American Artists. Provenance: Estate of the Artist Mary Ryan Gallery Herb Lerner Amity Art Foundation Reference: "Edward Landon (1911-1984)". Edited by Mary Ryan. New York: Mary Ryan Gallery, 1994 shown at the Mary Ryan Gallery, June 15-July 15, 1994.
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