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Master of the House
Alfred Bendiner (American)
Sometimes being the master of the house has its perks. And yet it is difficult not to get the feeling that as soon as this caravan stops the master of the house will feel like the master of nothing. This is a leading example of Alfred Bendiner’s whimsical (and usually sardonic) caricatures, with examples held by the National Gallery of Art (Accession Number 1980.45.132) and the Philadelphia Museum of Art (Accession No. 1941-91-8).
Custom framed and matted using conservation materials
Stone Lithograph in Black Ink on Natural White Wove Paper.
Hand-signed by the artist in pencil en recto lower right. Titled en recto lower left.
From the unnumbered edition of 50.
Custom matted and framed behind 99% UV-blocking art glass using conservation materials.
17.25 in. (h) x 16.25 in. (w)
10 in. (h) x 18.5 in. (w)
4.25 in. (h) x 16.25 in. (w)
3.25 in. (h) x 17.375in. (w)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Alfred Bendiner: Lithographs. (Exh. cat.) Philadelphia, 1965.
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