Freddy Wittop (1911-2001)Marking(s); notes:
signed, marking(s); 1954Country of origin; materials:
Dutch/American; ink on paperDimensions (H, W, D):
9.5"h, 7.25"w; 14.5"h, 12"dAdditional Information:
Drawing is inscribed "To Fred Wittop from Hank Peterson, 11 August 1954." Provenance: Freddy Wittop Estate | Private Collection, Palm Beach, Florida, by descent as part of a larger collection of the artist's work, including lots 158-172 in this auction.Comics, Culture, Fashion & Art: 1950s-Present
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