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    Elmer Plummer "Curtain Call" Signed Limited Edition Lithograph Print #11/12 (1936). After finishing four years at Chouinard Art Institute in 1934, Elmer Plummer embarked on a career as an artist. At only 26 years old he created this magnificent piece of artwork he titled "Curtain Call." This is a high quality stone lithograph print. It is from an edition of only 12 and this is #11. The art is hand-titled and hand-signed by Elmer Plummer as "E. Plummer '36". He was said to have frequented Minsky's for this inspiration. The 12.5" x 17.25" paper print is matted with an opening is 9.25" x 13.75". A gorgeous and stunning example of his early genius. A very rare find and in Fine condition. From the Elmer Plummer Archives.

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    June, 2016
    11th-12th Saturday-Sunday
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