Alfred Frueh caricatures, 1906-1962.

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Frueh, Alfred Joseph, 1880-1968. Alfred Frueh caricatures, 1906-1962.

Alfred Frueh caricatures, 1906-1962.

Black and white original caricatures and color linocuts of theatrical productions and personalities.

ca. 34 linocuts : some col. ; 46 x 36 cm. or smaller.15 boxes (ca. 530 drawings) : some col. ; 75 x 60 cm. or smaller.

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