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Jerry Opper Stone Lithograph, 1940-50s

Lost Art Salon

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Jerry Opper Stone Lithograph, 1940-50s
Jerry Opper Stone Lithograph, 1940-50s
Jerry Opper Stone Lithograph, 1940-50s

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Materials:
ink on paper; frame, archival mat/wood/non-glare glass
Dimensions:
27.5"L x 0.75"W x 25.5"H
Color/finish:
black frame

Why We Love This

"Late 1940s to early '50s stone lithograph by California artist Jerry Opper (b.1924). After graduating from Hollywood High School, he worked in movie studios and attended art classes at Chouinard Art Institute. In 1942 he was drafted into the army and was then able to study at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center while his outfit was stationed in Colorado. After he was discharged in 1945, he returned to Chouinard and his work in movie studios until 1947, when he moved to San Francisco. Mr. Opper then enrolled at the California School of Fine Arts. Opper’s prints have been included in several major shows throughout the country, including the Oakland Art Gallery, Sacramento State Fair, San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress,. Displayed in a black contemporary wood frame with a matte black finish using archival matting and etched non-glare glass."

About Lost Art Salon

For the past 11 years, artists Rob Delamater and Gaetan Caron’s Lost Art Salon has been a hub of inspiration and affordable period artwork ( called it “an obsessive collector’s stash of original 20th-century works”). Their fine-art collection includes thousands of original works from rediscovered and historically significant 20th-century and contemporary artists, with all framing done in-studio. In this mix: desirable pieces from their most collectible artists, including their own works.

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