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Antique prints and artwork from around the world for sale by mail order worldwide with a further shop based stock of various antiques. We have a large stock from the 17th to the 19th centuries from a broad range of subjects and artists. We are one of the larger stockists in the UK supplying the trade worldwide from rural Wiltshire. All items are genuine and original with full, often detailed description. We have an at cost postage price and many will also be listed with a collected price ALL are cheaper to collect . Some overlarge items are unsuitable for sending overseas and will be labelled if suitable unframed etc. For those who do antique Fairs I attend Bruton Decoative Antiques Fair in October and Wilton House Fair each March only and can send complimentary tickets upon request **Every May Bank Holiday ( 1st One) I have a sale of older stock/odds/extras always marked down to cost ie not a measly 10% discount but a proper one to tidy the rather stuffed shop for the new financial year**


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Business Decline c.1910

Ref: HEA/bus / LA58112

£175

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Description

Original gouache cartoon on textured card by Fred Valles , showing three morose buskers departing in favour of an organ grinder and his monkey, titled upper right, signed and dated on organ, spotted as on card, 25.5 x 51.5cm ), mounted, framed and glazed Postage on this would be under £16 uk next day with UPS VERY well packed!

Fred Valles later Arlington Valles, 1886-1970 was best-known as a Hollywood costume designer. Wiki:- Born as Fred Valles, this Hollywood costume designer took the more grandiose name Arlington Valles (4 May 1886 in London -12 April 1970 in Los Angeles) as his professional handle, eventually jettisoning the 'Arlington' part completely. He first provided costumes for the 1938 version of A Christmas Carol. He did noticeably good work on National Velvet (1944), Albert Lewin's The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945), The Yearling (1946) and That Forsyte Woman (1949, for which he received an Academy Award nomination). In 1960, his efforts on his last film, Spartacus, won him an Academy Award for Best Costume Design, Color, shared with Bill Thomas.


Measurements

Height : 21.5 cm - 8.46 in

Width : 51.5 cm - 20.28 in

Declaration

Heatons has clarified that the Business Decline (HEA/bus / LA58112) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1910.

Condition

Condition some foxing to the card lit to accentuate

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UPS £16 for UK

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