Lot 65    

Bird Wildlife by James Fenwick Lansdowne, Serigraph
2010, Decor Auction, August 13 & 14
James Fenwick Lansdowne(Canadian, 1937-2008), titled J. Fenwick Lansdowne: A Portfolio of Six New Bird Paintings, copyright 1961, Published in Canada by M.F. Feheley, Artists Limited and includes description of the work with the name of the birds: Pied-billed Grebe, Pintail, Glaucous-Winged Gull, Black-Billed Cuckoo, Kentucky Warbler, and Redwinged Blackbird followed by brief description of the bird. Also includes biography of the artist with the six prints, each signed and dated from 1956-1960; prints each, 10.25 x 12.5 in. portfolio, 14.25 x 18.75 in.

Condition:  
Even toning. **All lots are sold "as is" and condition is not guaranteed.  There will be no additional condition reports given for this auction.  All interested buyers are highly encouraged to view the merchandise in-person.  If buyers cannot view the lots in-person, we suggest possible condition issues be taken into consideration when determining bid amounts, as condition and authenticity are not guaranteed.
Sold: $58.75
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