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Welcome to our modern and contemporary art boutique! Please check out the "About Us" section at the bottom to learn about our history, contact us and/or to arrange to visit our Chelsea, Manhattan showroom. You can find us on Artsy, Artnet, Artspace and 1stDibs - but we've been curating and selling fine art, rare books and coveted exhibition ephemera online before all of them! For the privacy of our clients and for ease in viewing we typically remove works from the website after they have sold - and we do not publish or share sold prices.  


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Mother and child, ca. 1968

Gloria Vanderbilt

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Current Stock: 1

Description

Gloria Vanderbilt

Self portrait with son (Anderson Cooper), ca. 1968

Gouache on paper painting
Signed on the recto
Held in original Heydenryk frame
Unique
Measurements:
Framed 37 Vertical by 31 inches.
Painting 27 Vertical by 21.5 inches

A rare and poignant painting from the 1960s, believed to be a portrait of the artist and possibly her son Anderson Cooper. Held loosely in the original damaged vintage Heydenryk frame used by Hammer Galleries, only to preserve provenance, but this work will look stunning when re-framed.

The work is in fine condition. It is held in the vintage damaged frame and original matting from the 1960s only to preserve provenance.
 
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Hand signed lower right recto (front)
 
Certificate of authenticity
Included
 
Frame
Included
 

Measurements

Height:   31.00
Width:   31.00
Depth:   1.00