Wayne Manns (American, 20th Century) "The Man with the Horn" Acrylic and Found Objects on Panel

Lot 118

    

Wayne Manns (American, 20th Century) "The Man with the Horn" Acrylic and Found Objects on Panel

Undated, signed lower right, depicting a trumpet player, framed using material salvaged from New Orleans 9th Ward after Katrina as noted by artist en verso; together with dated 2017 en verso, signed lower right "I Need a Mouth-Peace" by the same artist, also framed using salvaged materials including a brass trumpet; provenance: Oak Park, Illinois collector
dimensions:  Height 30 1/2 inches, Width 21 inches (sight largest), frame size: 36 1/4 inches by 25 inches
condition*:  Very Good, no damage to paintings noted; part of salvaged framing of "I Need a Mouth-Peace" detached; salvaged materials showing much wear, chips and dents; not examined out of the frames
estimate:  $200-300
hammer price:  $225

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