Robert LoGrippo Signed Ltd. Edition Lithograph Entitled THE CIRCUS IS COMING TO TOWN

Robert LoGrippo Signed Ltd. Edition Lithograph Entitled THE CIRCUS IS COMING TO TOWN

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Robert LoGrippo Signed Ltd. Edition Lithograph Entitled THE CIRCUS IS COMING TO TOWN

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  • Robert LoGrippo Signed Ltd. Edition Lithograph Entitled THE CIRCUS IS COMING TO TOWN | Signed & Dated by the artist in the lower right margin – 1982, and numbered 3/250 in the lower left margin | Custom matted & framed under glass | Approx. Dimensions: 22.25″ H x 28.75″ W | Provenance: Private Mid-Tennessee Collector.  EST. $300 – 500

    “Robert Logrippo feels the canvas is his own world where he could create anything.” Robert received a New York City education, attending the High School of Music and Art and The School of Visual Arts. After college. Robert engaged in fantasy art, illustrating science fiction paperback covers from 1970 – 1976 with Ballantine Books. His fantasy artwork has become collectible to fantasy art followers.

    Robert’s style evolved into a portrait of an America that many are nostalgic for: quaint, coastal life and small-town American life.  Art scholars describe his work as “American Naive,” or the “American Crafts” style for which he has as won many awards.

    Robert, an Illustrator for major book publishers and magazine publishers for most of his career, has exhibited fine art successfully in NYC Galleries for over 25 years. Previously an Art School Director for the Spartanburg Art Museum, SC. Robert is a member of: http://www.theartistindex.com. Watson Gallery in Atlanta, Ga has a collection of Robert’s artwork on exhibit. Many visits to Fishers Island, NY inspired the Fishers Island Map. Robert does commissioned art from his home studio. “Villa Cannery” won Honorable Mention Award at Artfields, Lake City, SC May, 2015 http://www.artfieldssc.org/.

  • Artist / Maker

    Robert LoGrippo

    Frame

    Yes

    Kind

    Prints

    Other

    Framed, Signed

    Subject

    Contemporary, Post-Impressionsim

    Support

    Paper