Eight original art works for different versions of a theater poster advertising Oscar Serlin's production of the Broadway debut of John Steinbeck's play The Moon is Down, New York, 1942. Together with one version of a printed poster
by (STEINBECK, JOHN)
(New York, 1941-42), 1941. Overall condition is very good. An itemized and illustrated description is available.. Nine pieces in all, sizes ranging from 35 x 24 cm to 71 x 50 cm, on thick poster-board or monted from drawing paper. An interesting collection, from the archives of the play's producer, Oscar Serlin, of nine variations, all demonstrably different and apparently by different artists, as well, only one of whom is identified: Witold Gorson, who was known for his New Yorker magazine covers. (Inventory #: 27107)
English & American Literature, Americana, First Editions, Bibliography
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