Leonard Nones, GQ, April 1961 Triptych
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Leonard Nones, GQ, April 1961 Triptych

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Exclusive to One Kings Lane: Originally featured in the April 1961 issue of GQ, this triptych of a black-and-white photograph by Leonard Nones depicts a man underwater in a pool with a scuba mask and an Orlon pullover with an open waffle-knit design. Reproduced here on archival paper and displayed under glass in wood frames, each piece in this set arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Leonard Nones
Dimensions: frame size, 37"L x 13"W x 1.75"D; image size, 36"L x 12"W
Finish: frame, black
Frame Details: wood/glass
Made Of: giclée on archival paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
Set Of: 3
SKU: 77516704
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Apr 06 - Apr 16
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RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees will apply. See our Return Policy for details.
In 1959, Harry Soicher and Eduardo Marin set out to create a company that stood for quality, design excellence, and attention to detail. After two generations, their company survives and thrives as the modern Soicher Marin. Soicher Marin has a deep connection with its rich past, passing the founders' love of art in every handmade picture it creates.
Why we love this

Exclusive to One Kings Lane: Originally featured in the April 1961 issue of GQ, this triptych of a black-and-white photograph by Leonard Nones depicts a man underwater in a pool with a scuba mask and an Orlon pullover with an open waffle-knit design. Reproduced here on archival paper and displayed under glass in wood frames, each piece in this set arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand
In 1959, Harry Soicher and Eduardo Marin set out to create a company that stood for quality, design excellence, and attention to detail. After two generations, their company survives and thrives as the modern Soicher Marin. Soicher Marin has a deep connection with its rich past, passing the founders' love of art in every handmade picture it creates.