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Print, "Grinny," after Winold Reiss (German-American, 1886-1953). Lithograph, applied to a decorative giltwood cartouche-style plaque, encased in a glass frame. Condition: some scratching and minor losses to image and plaque,possible repainting on some areas of the plaque. Image size: approximately 10" diam. Plaque size: approximately 14" x 15." Frame: 19" x 19 3/4". Circa 1930. Provenance: collection of Christine and Clarence Holt, Nashville. Note: Reiss, whoattended the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Kunstakademie), emigrated to New York City, where he became known for his portraits of African Americans and Native Americans. He also designed modern commercial interiors. This unusual piecemay have been intended for one of his interior designs. Provenance: Card placed in back of frame reads: "By Jay McHugh, Pages From The Past, Little Rock".