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    Jeff Jones Swank Magazine V9#2 "Jones Touch" Stumped Original Art (Royal Publications, 1972). Jeff Jones was an amazing artist with a seemingly lyrical art style. His art was so fluid it was almost like music. He was admired and emulated by many of his contemporary artists. This lovely and whimsical piece ran in an adult magazine and sadly was not seen by many who would have appreciated it for its artistic value. "Stumped" is watercolor and ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of approximately 16" x 22.5". In Excellent condition.

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    November, 2014
    20th-22nd Thursday-Saturday
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