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Oscars Night Round-Up

The Oscars are this Sunday, so we have a themed round-up of prints, relating to the movies. With the majority of our inventory printed before the invention of the first patented motion-picture film camera (which was designed in 1888), we  had to pull prints from our early 20th century and contemporary inventory. The collection below ranges from prints of people enjoying movies, the outsides of old movie theaters, on-set images, and several drive-up movie theater scenes. We hope you enjoy!

Drive In Movie. By Cheryl A. Aaron. Etching with aquatint, c.1989. Edition 40. At The Old Print Shop in NYC.

Drive In Movie. By Cheryl A. Aaron. Etching with aquatint, c.1989. Edition 40.

Port au Prince, Movie Poster on Theatre Front, Haiti. By Bernard P. Wolff. Silver gelatin print, c.1970. Stamped with artists name and title verso. At The Old Print Shop in NYC.

Port au Prince, Movie Poster on Theatre Front, Haiti. By Bernard P. Wolff. Silver gelatin print, c.1970. Stamped with artist’s name and title verso.

Silent Movie. Linda Adato. Etching, aquatint and soft ground printed in color, 1992. Edition 75.

Silent Movie. By Linda Adato. Etching, aquatint and soft ground printed in color, 1992. Edition 75.

Double Drive-In Movie. Thomas Seawell. Silkscreen, 1980. Edition 35. At The Old Print Shop in NYC.

Double Drive-In Movie. By Thomas Seawell. Silkscreen, 1980. Edition 35.

At the Movies. By Peter Gourfain. Woodcut, 2000. Artist's proof.

At the Movies. By Peter Gourfain. Woodcut, 2000. Artist’s proof.

Deep in Hollywood. By Don Freeman. Lithograph, 1936.

Deep in Hollywood. By Don Freeman. Lithograph, 1936.

( All prints currently located at our sister gallery- The Old Print Shop in NYC- which is situated at the intersection of 30th Street & Lexington Avenue.)

 

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