October 06, 2016 12:00 PM EDT Cincinnati


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Jerome Biederman, Original Illustration Art of Trains, Lot of 8

Lot of 8. 

No. 7 Seaboard Diesel, New York-Washington-Miami Speed Passenger. Measures 19 x 14 in. (sight) and 28.5 x 24 in. with its mat. 

No. 17 Santa Fe Railroad Alco G.E. Diesel The "Super Chief." Measures 13 x 15 in. (sight) 24 x 26 in. with its mat. 

No. 31 Southern Pacific Railroad Steam Peninsula Commuter. Measures 13 x 15 in. (sight) 24 x 26 in. with its mat. 

No. 26 Northern Pacific Diesel Deluxe Passenger, "North Coast Limited." 16 x 14.5 in. (sight) 26 x 25 in. 

No. 5 New York Central Diesel hi-speed passenger. 19 x 14 in. (sight) 28 x 24 in. with its mat. 
 
General Motors Hi-speed Passenger, The Southern. 18.5 x 14 in. (sight) and 25 x 29 in. with its mat. 
 
No. 25. The Milwaukee Road Deluxe Passenger Diesel, The "Olympian Hiawatha." Measures 17 x 14 in. (sight) and 28 x 25 in. with its mat. 
 
No. 28. San Francisco St.Louis Lines "Frisco" Diesel Freight 17 x 14 in. (sight) and 28 x 25 in. with its mat. 
  
 
"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 the art is signed by the artist and has original notes on the  reverse. Fifteen of sixteen have the original taped descriptions by the artist on the front as well.

Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$2,760
10/06/2016