Holiday Inn

A work made of lithograph on white wove paper.
Art © Estate of Lester Beall / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

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  • A work made of lithograph on white wove paper.

Date:

1972

Artist:

H. C. Westermann
American, 1922-1981

About this artwork

Westermann, who studied in the early 1950s at the School of the Art Institute, is best known for his idiosyncratic and obsessively crafted sculptures. Lemon had worked with the artist before starting Landfall, but the only project they completed in Chicago is the portfolio entitled Six Lithographs, of which Holiday Inn is a part. The images encompass familiar themes in Westermann's sculptural and graphic oeuvre, including Death Ship, which refers to his experiences as a gunner aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Enterprise during World War II.

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Artist

H. C. Westermann

Title

Holiday Inn

Origin

United States

Date

1972

Medium

Lithograph on white wove paper

Dimensions

640 x 835 mm

Credit Line

Gift of Allan Frumkin Gallery

Reference Number

1973.77

Copyright

Art © Estate of Lester Beall / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

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