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George L.K. Morris Gouache Titled "Indian Emblems"

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A gouache painting on paper titled Indian Emblems created in 1937 by well-listed Modern artist George L.K. Morris (American, 1905 – 1975). Depicted is a group of American Indian emblems created from abstract forms and shapes. This piece is signed in graphite near the lower left corner with the artist initials forming a monogram. Housed in a gilt frame under glass, in a cream mat with gold tone fillet. To the verso, biographical information is provided along the bottom of the painting with a label from Closson’s Art Gallery present to the backing. Hanging hardware is present and this piece comes ready to hang.


- minor wear to frame; minor discoloration to mat.


14.75" W x 15.75" H x 2.0" D

- measured in the frame; sight size measures 7.25" W x 8" H.

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George L.K. Morris Artist Biography

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