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About "Joseph Hirsch: Untitled (Man Resting Head on Table)"
The name of this lithograph is "Lunch Hour." It is based on a 1942 painting of the same name, and won the 1944 Joseph Pennell Prize from the Library of Congress. http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/99406670/Ed Lawler
My family, the Damons, knew the Hubbards when they spent summers in East Harwich, Ma. I believe that this is depiction of their 18th century "Cape Cod" house before they made changes to it. They added a sunroom off to the right. The barn was more to the left. The dirt road to the former fCarol Damon Andrews
Believe it or not, I purchased one of these prints from the habitat for humanities thrift shop in Hatboro. It has the following at the lower left corner handwritten in cursive with pencil..."Melnicoff Memorial Edition, 1972 - Untitled." At the lower right it is written the following...&quJonathan C Siebott.
About "John Raymond Maxwell: Lobsterman's Cove"
My grandfather created this painting (I believe it was one he reworked). It is my all-time favorite painting of his. I remember being about nine years old or so and he asked me to “help” him as he worked on this piece. He had me inspect for dust on the painting and he asked me to give him suggeKelly King
Murray was very much against our government's involvement in Viet Nam, but he always felt great sympathy for the soldiers. The angel in the upper section of the painting is from Titian's painting of his own entombment, which had always impressed Murry in Venice. The border depicts fields of poppiesLinda Dessner