John Johns

United States (Pittsburg 19212005 ) - Artworks
johns  john Cobb As Willy Loman From Death Of A Salesman

Dargate Auction Gallery /Feb 6, 2009
114.86 - 229.73
Not disclosed

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John Johns - Watercolor On Artist's Board

John Johns - Watercolor On Artist's Board

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Lot number: 1470
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JOHN JOHNS (Pittsburgh 1921-2005) (3) caricatures, watercolor on artist's board, signed lower right. Unframed. (1) Joan Blondel from Here Comes theBrides, dated Feb. 9, 1969; (1) CharlesBickford from The Virginian, dated Oct. 23, 1966; and (1) unidentified late 1960's sitcom depicting manwith racing form and Asian child, undated. John Johnsworked for the Pittsburgh Press from 1952-1970, heproduced color covers for the Sunday TV program guide. Later, he was the President of the Art Institute ofPittsburgh. Condition: some staining and dents to edges.Dimensions: 22" X 18 1/2" each.
John Johns - Astaire, Watercoloron Artist's Board

John Johns - Astaire, Watercoloron Artist's Board

Original 1960
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Lot number: 1471
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JOHN JOHNS (Pittsburgh 1921-2005) Fred Astaire, watercoloron artist's board, signed lower right. Unframed, matted, mat is shaped to fit Astaire's ear, undated, circa late 1960's. John Johns workedfor the Pittsburgh Press from 1952-1970, he produced color coversfor the Sunday TV program guide. Later, he wasthe President of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Condition: no visible defects, some roughness to mat.Dimensions: window 20 1/2" X 15 3/4" mat 25 1/2" X 20".
John Johns - From Gree Acres

John Johns - From Gree Acres

Original 1970
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Lot number: 1474
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JOHN JOHNS (Pittsburgh 1921-2005) Eddy Albert from GreenAcres, watercolor on artist's board, signed lowerright. Unframed, dated Oct. 11,1970. John Johns worked for the Pittsburgh Press from1952-1970, he produced color covers for the Sunday TVprogram guide. Later, he was the President of theArt Institute of Pittsburgh. Condition: some staining and dents toedges. Dimensions: 22" X 18 3/4".
John Johns - Cobb As Willy Loman From Death Of A Salesman

John Johns - Cobb As Willy Loman From Death Of A Salesman

Original 1966
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Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 1475
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JOHN JOHNS (Pittsburgh 1921-2005) Lee J. Cobb asWilly Loman from Death of a Salesman, watercolor onartist's board, signed lower right. Unframed,dated April 24, 1966. John Johns worked for thePittsburgh Press from 1952-1970, he produced color coversfor the Sunday TV program guide. Later, he was thePresident of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Condition:some staining and dents to edges. Dimensions: 22" X 185/8".
John Johns - Mission Impossible

John Johns - Mission Impossible

Original
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Lot number: 1476
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JOHN JOHNS (Pittsburgh 1921-2005) Mission Impossible cast:Peter Graves, Gregg Morris, Martin Landau, PeterLupus and Barbara Bayne, watercolor on artist's board, signed lower right. Unframed, undated, circalate 1960's. John Johns worked for the Pittsburgh Pressfrom 1952-1970, he produced color covers for the Sunday TV programguide. Later, he was the President of the ArtInstitute of Pittsburgh. Condition: some staining anddents to edges. Dimensions: 22" X 19 1/8".
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