October 06, 2016 12:00 PM EDT Cincinnati


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Jerome Biederman Original Illustration Art of Automobiles from the 1983-1988 Motorcar Series, Lot of 9

Lot of 9 gouache watercolors by illustration artist Jerome Biederman. Includes: 

 
Group 3 Painting 17 of the Motorcar Series, 1932 Bugatti Type 50 T Sports Coupe. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. condition: some adhesive residue on the top margin of the board. 
 
Group 3 Painting 18 in the Motorcar Series, 1930 duPont Dual-cowl Phaeton Model H. Measures 30 x 20 in. on  board. condition: some adhesive residue on the top margin of the board. 
 
Group 2 Painting 12 of the Motorcar Series, 1925 Marmon Speedster Model 74. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. condition: some adhesive residue on the top margin and toning on the outer margins. 
 
Group 6 Painting 34 of the Motorcar Series, 1932 Desenburg SJ Convertible Coupe. Measures 20 x 10.5 in. (sight) and 30 x 21 in. with its board. 
 
Group 3 Painting 15 of the Motorcar Series, 1925 Double Steam Car  Coupe Model E 23. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board.  
 
Group 1 Painting 5 of the Motorcar Series, 1923 Roles Royce Silver Ghost Picadilly Roadster 431 H H. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. 
 
Group 6 Painting 31 of the Motorcar Series, 1924 Hispano-Suzia Roadster Model 46. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. condition: residual glue on the top margin of the board. 
 
Group 6 Painting 36 of the Motorcar Serie, 1937 Jaguar Roadster Model SS-100. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. condition: residual glue on the top margin. 
 
Group2 Painting 11 of the Motorcar Series, 1931 Stutz Bearcat Speedster Model OX-32. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. condition: residual glue on the top margin of the board.
 
Group 5 Painting 28 of the Motorcar Series, 1930 Ruxton Roadster. Measures 30 x 20 in. on board. 
 
"My final year in high school, I convinced myself that, above all else, I wanted to become an artist,” wrote Jerome Biederman in the November-December 1970 issue of Horseless Carriage Gazette. Biederman built a prolific career as a pioneering artist of inventions in transportation that moved on land, air, and sea. His paintings were prominently featured in McCleery-Cumming Corporation calendars, Playboy magazine, Automobile Quarterly, and Horseless Carriage Gazette for over thirty years. 

 

Condition:

All are in excellent condition unless noted in the description. None are signed by the artist, but titled on the bottom center.

Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$300
10/06/2016