Framed Paul Giovanopolous art , including hand-signed lithograph of town/village etching and hand-drawn sketch/etching of man sleeping 1960s/70s. Artist Paul Giovanopolous (Macedonian, born 1939) is a renowned illustrator and abstract artist who began as a commercial magazine illustrator in the 1960s and has a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators and has been widely exhibited. The chrome-framed (10 inches by 10.5 inches) lithograph engraving is of a small country village and is yellowed with age (from the 1960s/70s) and hand pencil signed by the artist. The hand-drawn pen and ink sketch (15 inches x12.5 inches, matted in frame) is a remarkable unseen piece signed by the artist and titled “The Creek 238” featuring a young man sleeping in a chair in front of the “Middlesex County Silent Club,” featuring his detailed cross-hatching and line work, also from the 1960s/70s. There is foxing as noted in the images.

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Vintage Illustration Art: 2 Giovanopolous Works Framed