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Lifetime Body of Work of Sam Norkin, American Painter, Illustrator and Caricaturist - DAY 1

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Cash. Traveler's Checques. Visa. M/C. Discover. American Express Paypal. In house bidders pay a 22% buyer's premium as do telephone bidders and absentee bidders. Live Auctioneers bidders pay 25%. Online bidding at Catalogue is online. Go to and click onto LiveAuctioneers logo. Auctioneer: Joanne Grant, John Paul. Not responsible for errors or omissions.
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The lifetime body of work of Sam Norkin, American illustrator and caricaturist, the “other Hirschfeld.” Exhibited at the Lincoln Center Performing Arts Library with a 200-work retrospective entitled “Theatre Ink,” Norkin’s great artistic skills are apparent in this Day One of a Three Day auction. It encompasses all of his drawings of theatre, opera, ballet, jazz, and pop music as well as celebrities of film, television, and politics. A listed artist, Sam Norkin’s imaginative drawings first appeared in the pages of the New York Herald Tribune in 1940. About 4000 assignments followed in papers like the New York Daily News,...

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