Don Freeman Hitchhiker Drawing
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:: Hilarious hitchhiking man near the edge of a city. With one arm long extended with what appears to be a black horn case, and in the other hand a briefcase. Is he an artist? A businessman? Either way, he definitely wants a ride in the classic old car rolling up the hill his way! Hand drawn original made with India ink and corrective wash on paper with mat board. Presumably circa late 1970's: Stamped DON FREEMAN 1908 - 1978 ESTATE, partially concealed signature and circle in marker located in the lower right. Authentication papers sealed inside with artist bio by Sullivan Goss Books & Prints, Santa Barbara, CA. Condition: Art is enclosed in gallery wrapped and sealed plastic lining. Appears to be in as-made condition, with no noticeable condition issues. Full size measures 14" x 11" and cropped, the dimensions would be 7.23" x 6.25".
Item ID: 01321
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