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DescriptionTHORTON UTZ (American, 1914-1999)
Love's Lost Child at Information Booth, The Saturday Evening Post Christmas cover, December 20, 1958
Oil on board
23.75 x 22 in.
Signed lower left
Presents very well. Light surface dirt throughout; light linear abrasion on the bottom left extreme edge; no apparent restoration visible when examined under UV. Framed to an overall size of 27 x 25.5 inches.
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