QUARTER OF NINE, SATURDAY'S CHILDREN.

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Martin Lewis

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Quarter of Nine, Saturday's Children.

Drypoint, 1929.
Image size 9 7/8 x 12 7/8" (25.2 x 32.6 cm).
Very good condition.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 1453
Price: $45,000.00
Publisher :
The title is derived from a nursery rhyme "Monday's Child is fair of face, Tuesday's Child is full of grace, Wednesday's Child is full of woe, Thursday's Child has far to go, Friday's Child is loving and giving, Saturday's Child works hard for a living, But the Child that is born on the Sabbath Day is witty and wise and good and gay!" The location is Thirty-fourth Street and Park Avenue. The Seventy-first Regiment Armory's towers can be seen in the background. Kennedy Galleries records eighty-nine-lifetime sales between January 10, 1930, and November 18, 1949, at $42 each. Signed in pencil, inscribed "imp." 20th Century Subjects , New York City , Manhattan - Midtown

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