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Visions of the North: Minnesotan Art & History

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Revere Auctions is proud to host our third annual Minnesota art and history sale. "Visions of the North" showcases art across time ranging from antique photographs showing the early years of Minnesota's history to recent works by contemporary artists such as Cameron Booth, George Morrison, and Warren MacKenzie. Also available is a broad collection of archival photography from the archives of the Star Tribune depicting notable personalities such as: past and present Presidents, musicians like NSYNC and The Beatles, cinema icons from Elizabeth Taylor to John Wayne, and much more!
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Lot 19

Clement Haupers Double-Sided Portrait Painting

Estimate: $300 - $600
Current Bid
$150

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Clement Bernard Haupers (American, 1900-1982). Double-sided acrylic on board painting depicting portraits of men. One depicting a man wearing a red hat leaning against a step. The other side depicting a male nude from behind.

Clement Bernard Haupers was a St. Paul born American painter, printmaker, arts administrator, and arts educator active from the 1920s to the 1980s. He is best known for his directorship of the Minnesota Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project and for his influence in the Minnesota art community.

Sight; height: 27 in x width: 17 1/4 in. Framed; height: 30 1/2 in x width: 20 3/4 in x depth: 1 in. There is light wear throughout both sides of the work. Some small losses along the extreme edges and wear where the nails holding the painting in place have rubbed against the surface of the work. Some accretions and discolorations throughout, most noticeable in the negative space. There are numerous small areas of in-painting in the negative space along the upper left corner of the side with the man wearing a hat. Light wear to the frame.

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