Item #299542 Untitled (Car in the snow). Gordon GRANT.

Untitled (Car in the snow)

New York: Puck, 1910.

Original drawing, conte and ink on Winsor & Newton water color sketching board, 16 3/4 x 22 inches. Chips to margins and corners but otherwise in good condition.

Haunting winter scene of what appears to be a model T stuck in the snow. The driver sees ghosts of the past in the bushes on the side of the road. The Ford Model T was invented in 1908 and the first affordable automobile. Gordon Hope Grant (1879-1962) was a noted American artist, well-known for his maritime watercolors, and his work with the American Boy Scouts. He was born in San Francisco in 1875, and died in 1962. His best known work is likely his watercolor of the USS Constitution.

Language: English

Price: $1,000.00

Item #299542

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