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Al Hirschfeld

Al Hirschfeld

  • Al Hirschfeld Exhibition
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    Al Hirschfeld

    Al Hirschfeld Exhibition

    $200.00

    Year: 1974

    Size: 30 x 45 in./76.2 x 114.3 cm

    Condition: A- (slight tears to edges)

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  • Drat!
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    Al Hirschfeld

    Drat!

    $200.00

    1968

    Condition: A- (slight wear at edges)

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    The text reads: "I have not changed my position about either whiskey or dogs. I am in favor of one and against the other."

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  • A Flask of Fields
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    Al Hirschfeld

    A Flask of Fields

    $200.00

    Year: 1973

    Size: 30 x 45 in./76.2 x 114.3 cm

    Condition: A- (slight stains and tears at edges)

    The text reads: "I'm tendin' bar one time down in the lower East Side in New York. A tough paloma come in there by the name of Chicago Molly. I cautioned her, 'None of your picadilloes in here!' There was some hot lunch on the bar, comprised of succatash, Philadelphia cream cheese and asparagus with mayonnaise. She dips her mitt down into this moulage. I'm yawning at the time, and she hits me right in the mouth with it. I jumps over the bar! I knock her down!...So I starts to kick her in the midriff. Did you ever kick a woman in the midriff that had a pair of corsets on? Why I almost broke my great toe. I never had such a painful experience."

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  • Hooray For Captain Spaulding
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    Al Hirschfeld

    Hooray For Captain Spaulding

    $300.00

    1974

    Condition: A

    Size: 30 x 45 inches.

     

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  • Why a Duck?
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    Why a Duck?

    $200.00

    Year: ca. 1970s

    Size: 30 x 43 3/4 inches

    Created to advertise the launch of the Marx Brothers book Why A Duck and illustrated by Hirschfeld, the poster features a film still from the movie Duck Soup, with the lines from the scene captioned below in decorative bubbles.

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  • “Godfrey Daniels!”
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    Al Hirschfeld

    “Godfrey Daniels!”

    $200.00

    Year: 1971.

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    The theatrical character drawings of American original Al Hirschfeld have delighted readers of The New York Times for 70-some years. With a technique honed on Paramount film posters, his evocations always hit the mark. In this poster featuring the cover art for a book of "verbal and visual gems from the short films of W. C. Fields," Hirschfeld illustrates a snippet of dialogue from the tippling comic's The Barbershop (1933). Fans of the illustrator know that shortly after his daughter Nina was born in 1944, he began hiding her name throughout his works; this is a three-Nina job.

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