John Baeder (American/Tennessee, b. 1938), "Dinersores," pen and ink drawing on Strathmore embossed paper, depicting a diner set into the side of a prone dinosaur. Titled below image in pencil, signed "John Baeder" lower right and dated 1990. Double matted and framed in silvered molded frame. Sight – 6" H x 10" W. Framed – 10 1/2" H x 14 1/2" W. Note: We wish to thank the artist for confirming the authenticity of this image, which was created to benefit the Tennessee Performing Arts Center for the Stardoodles fundraiser in 1990. Provenance: private Nashville collection, acquired from the collection of Bill Knox, Nashville, Tennessee. Biography: John Baeder studied art at Auburn University in Alabama and worked as an art director in New York. He is known for his photorealist paintings depicting American roadside diners. CONDITION: Smudges lower center (across and near title), some scattered foxing upper right. Some scattered mold and dampstaining to paper backing. Few small stains to mat.
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