Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts

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FOURTEENTH STREET - THE WIGWAM

Sloan, John. FOURTEENTH STREET - THE WIGWAM or TAMMANY HALL. Morse 235. Etching, 1928. Titled, inscribed "100 proofs" and signed in pencil. 110 were actually printed, 100 by Platt and 10 by Roth. 9 3/4 x 7 inches, 249 x 178 mm. in excellent condition. Sloan's comments, as quoted by Morse: "Old Tammany Hall, the headquarters of the bosses of New York City, has ceased to exist. It lurked, menacing in dingy red brick, facing the tawdry amusements of Fourteenth Street." Sloan did a painting of this subject, copied from the etching. 

Inv num: 11870

$2800.00

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