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"Australia II - Defeating Liberty USA in the Final Race For the Americas Cup 1983" by John Gable - Reduced $2,975
Australia II - Defeating Liberty USA in the Final Race For the  Americas Cup 1983 Limited Edition Print by John Gable
Australia II - Defeating Liberty USA in the Final Race For the  Americas Cup 1983 Limited Edition Print by John Gable - 0

John Gable

"Australia II - Defeating Liberty USA in the Final Race For the Americas Cup 1983"

1983
  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph on Paper

    Size : 21x30 in  |  53x76 cm
    Framed : 28x37 in  |  71x94 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 2000

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Hand Signed : Signed By Tactician, Helmsman, Designer And Artist
Condition : Mint
Framed with Glass : Polished Aluminun
Purchased from : Gallery 1985
Provenance / History : Purchased from Summa Art Gallery in Brooklyn Heights, New York and framed by same.
Certificate of Authenticity : Newmarket Gallery of Sydney
LID : 125632
John Gable - United States

Art Brokerage: John Gable American Artist: b. 1944. John (Jack) Gable, a Contemporary Realist painter and muralist, is known for his vivid use of color, light and detail, as well as for his extraordinary breadth of subject matter. His subjects range from sailing and boating, to the Boston Classical Orchestra, to the history of duck hunting on the Chesapeake. Born in 1944 in Frankfort, Kentucky, Gable has received awards from the National Academy of Design and the American Watercolor Society. He graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, and began his career as an automobile designer at GM, working under John De Lorean, among others. He was assistant chief designer for Pontiac in the late 1970s when he decided to move to Maine to pursue a career as an artist. Recognized as a master painter of classic automobiles, he was commissioned by the Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn, MI, to produce a 65-foot mural on the history of the automobile. He has done portrait work for the Smithsonian Institution, historic murals for the Willard InterContinental Hotel, and a portrait of U.S. Senator William Hathaway that hangs in Maine’s Capitol Rotunda. Listings wanted.

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