Vintage 1979 SIGNED and Numbered Bruce BOMBERGER LITHOGRAPH Art Print ~ FLEA MARKET ~ Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Colorful depiction of woman with her dachshund and a man holding up an antique glass at a Flea Market.
- Mark: Pencil signed lower right - Bomberger || Numbered lower left - 130/225 || Verso - Flea Market || Embossed lower left - Eleanor Ettinger Inc. 1979 (a New York City gallery) || Certificate of Authenticity from Genesis Galleries Inc.
- Measurements (WxH):
- Edge to edge - 34 x 24 inches
- Print area - 30 x 20 inches
- Condition: See photos and use zoom to fully evaluate condition.
This print will be carefully rolled up and shipped in a tube.
About the Artist
Bruce Bomberger (1918-1980)
Beginning his painting career at the tender age of eight, Bruce Bomberger first studied art at the Berkeley (CA) School of Arts and Crafts, and at the Art Center School in Los Angeles. After selling his first major story illustration (at age 20) to Good Housekeeping, he soon developed into one of America's leading illustrators – a career he pursued for over 25 years. Later in life, he turned to fine art, bringing the same attention to detail and remarkable ability to capture the essence of an environment to his work. Bomberger's knowledge of his subject is extraordinary. Bomberger's works include quirky touches, such as an incongruously placed nun, or a "Post No Bills" sign in French – on a wall papered with signs.