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"Falling in Love Again Marlene Dietrich 2002" by Al Hirschfeld - Very Very Well Priced Framed Lithograph $1,600
Falling in Love Again Marlene Dietrich 2002 Limited Edition Print by Al Hirschfeld
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Al Hirschfeld

"Falling in Love Again Marlene Dietrich 2002"

2002
  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph

    Size : 27x21 in  |  69x53 cm
    Framed : 37x31 in  |  94x79 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 299

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Hand SignedPencil on Lower Left 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with PlexiglassBlack Wood 
Purchased fromGallery 2003 
Provenance / HistoryOriginal owner. 
Story / Additional InfoA family friend knew Hirschfeld and owned originals. When I would travel to NYC and Las Vegas I visited art galleries which displayed his work. On the day it was announced he passed, Jan '03 I immediately, phoned the gallery to inquire about pieces available. This is from his last collective work and was advised to purchase. I had a grand piano and placed this among other pieces relating to music. Marlene Dietrich starred in the 1930's movie Blue Angel and sang "Falling in Love Again" which made her and this image famous. This piece is from the scene where she performs the song. 
Certificate of AuthenticityS2 Editions Ltd. 
LID140270
Al Hirschfeld - United States

Art Brokerage: Al Hirshfeld American Artist: b. 1903-2003. Al Hirschfeld was born in St. Louis, Missouri. In the early 1920s he traveled in Europe, studied the European movements, and came away with a love of simple, fluid composition. After he returned to New York he decided to devote his creative life to the graphic arts and for more than fifty years successfully translated the purity of his form to the etching and lithographic processes. Al Hirshfield's caricatures of the celebrated capture perfectly the essence of the subject with added touches of humor and warmth. Deceptively simple, they are the works of an extraordinarily skilled craftsman. As a prominent observer and social chronicler of the entertainment world, in the 1930s Hirschfeld began contributing his drawings to the Sunday edition of The New York Times. Al Hirshfeld's work appears in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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