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DeGrazia Collection of Native American Art (101022)

Currency:USD Category:American Indian Art Start Price:250.00 USD Estimated At:500.00 - 700.00 USD
DeGrazia Collection of Native American Art   (101022)
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One of the most popular Arizona artists of modern times, Ettorre "Ted" DeGrazia (1909-1982) became a household word in America in the 1960's and 1970's. An accomplished musician growing up in Morenci and Bisbee, Arizona, DeGrazia painted in a different format than others using soft colors and happy subjects. This collection includes two large framed signed and numbered prints (about 14 x 20"), about ten plates (Bradex), three porcelain figurines (about 6" tall) and a ceramic bell (about 8" tall). Lot includes a 15x7" print of "Quietly by the Sea" in a 24x20" frame, number 98 of an edition limited to 1,500; and a 15.5 x 7.5" print of "Waiting For the Tide to Come" in a 22.5x18.5" frame, number 98 of an edition limited to 1,500. One of the best pieces in the lot is a signed book "The Seri Indians - A Primitive People of Tiburon Island in the Gulf of California," with dust jacket, signed by DeGrazia, 1970. He opened his first gallery in 1944 in Tucson.

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