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SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999). [FABRIC PATTERNS / HORSES

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SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999). [FABRIC PATTERNS / HORSES

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SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999) [FABRIC PATTERNS / HORSES & THE WEDDING.] Group of 3 garment bags, 7 small pillow cases & bolt of silk fabric. 1950-19Roll is 199½x39¼ inches, 506¾x99½ cm. Piazza Prints, New York.Condition varies, generally B+: slight edge-staining on fabric roll; two garment bags with zippers, one with ink bleeding into image.Romanian-born Steinberg is best known for his nearly six-decade-long relationship with The New Yorker. Beginning in the 1940s, Steinberg also designed patterns for commercial textile companies in New York that recognized the appeal and salability of his imaginative artwork. He created textiles for Patterson Fabrics, printed wallpaper for the company's affiliate, Piazza Prints, and produced at least one design for Greeff Fabrics. Images available upon request.
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SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999). [FABRIC PATTERNS / HORSES

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Aug 05
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0356: SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999). [FABRIC PATTERNS / HORSES

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SAUL STEINBERG (1914-1999) [FABRIC PATTERNS / HORSES & THE WEDDING.] Group of 3 garment bags, 7 small pillow cases & bolt of silk fabric. 1950-19Roll is 199½x39¼ inches, 506¾x99½ cm. Piazza Prints, New York.Condition varies, generally B+: slight edge-staining on fabric roll; two garment bags with zippers, one with ink bleeding into image.Romanian-born Steinberg is best known for his nearly six-decade-long relationship with The New Yorker. Beginning in the 1940s, Steinberg also designed patterns for commercial textile companies in New York that recognized the appeal and salability of his imaginative artwork. He created textiles for Patterson Fabrics, printed wallpaper for the company's affiliate, Piazza Prints, and produced at least one design for Greeff Fabrics. Images available upon request.

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