Renowned American fashion illustrator Larry Austin (1899-1981) perfectly captures the essence of a Film Noir Dame dripping glamour in this original watercolor and ink illustration for ANOTHER American Icon, jewelry designer Miriam Haskell.
Artist Larry Austin, American, 1899-1981 (attributed - the work is unsigned)
Medium Watercolor and ink on paper or board
Date late 1930s / early 1940s
Dimensions sight size 9 3/4"h x 7 3/4"w, frame size 14 1/2" x 12 1/2
Condition Very good, no creases or tears (visible areas of the painting), it has not been removed from the frame for inspection. The foil Miriam Haskell label is intact with a little stray glue at its edges. There is an area of discoloration at the lower right corner and a small spot near the top edge. Small specks appear to be dust trapped beneath the glass. The artwork has slipped in the frame. The frame is in good vintage condition with expected wear and minor dents.
Notes We are offering two of these paintings in our shop. They are framed alike.
Shipping $15.00 flat rate shipping to continental US buyers.