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Vintage collectible painting by M. Larsen. Look for the cat and the birds and who knows what else. From 'Fine Art In the Abstract' at the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections/fine-art-2.htm

There’s an awful lot going on here! The acrylic-on-canvas above is signed M. Larsen. Look for the cat and the birds and who knows what else.


Vintage painting of Sunset & Vine in Hollywood, looking northwest. Signed Cammerini, it dates from (probably) the 1950s. NBC's Hollywood studio shown on the northeast corner was built in 1938 and demolished in the early '60s. Opposite is Wallichs Music City and up Vine street is ABC. From 'Fine Art In the Abstract' at the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections/fine-art-2.htm

I have a particular weakness for cityscapes, having never seen one I didn’t like at least a little bit. One favorite is of Sunset & Vine in Hollywood, looking northwest. Signed Cammerini, it dates from (probably) the 1950s. NBC’s Hollywood studio shown on the northeast corner was built in 1938 and demolished in the early ’60s. Opposite is Wallichs Music City and up Vine street is ABC.


This vintage collage is probably more interesting for its '70s stuff than anything else. That's consumer advocate David Horowitz there on the left examining cans of beans for America. Signed McGrew. From 'Fine Art In the Abstract' at the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections/fine-art-2.htm

This collage is probably more interesting for its ’70s stuff than anything else. That’s consumer advocate David Horowitz there on the left examining cans of beans for America. Signed McGrew.