Freddie's Favorite Clown Collection

Freddie\'s Favorite Clown Collection

Fine Art Description:
This wonderful collection consists of 14 limited-edition lithographs and mixed media graphics, 2 porcelain plaques, one porcelain plate and 2 very special collections, Red's Gift of Love and Red's Masterpiece Collection, as well as a mixed-media print by Mrs. Lothian Skelton.

The limited-edition lithographs and mixed-media prints included in this collection are:
Above It All
Freddie in The Tub
Freddie The Freeloader/b>
Freddie's Shack
Little Blue Clown
Reno Red
The Financier
The Gent
The Sky's The Limit
Up and Away
Up, Up and Away

The limited-edition porcelain plate included in this collection is:
Anyone For Tennis?

The limited-edition porcelain plaques included in this collection are:
Independence Day?
Red and Freddie Both Turn 80

Mrs. Skelton's mixed media graphic is:
And Then There Were Two

“Red’s Gift of Love Suite” is two works of art included in the above suite. A. Red’s three-dimensional tribute to “Girl Clown.” B. Red’s three-dimensional tribute to “Cigar Clown.” “Freddie’s First Love” and “Young Freddie” were created and designed by the artist, Red Skelton, to celebrate two important clowns who had a significant impact on the life of Mr. Skelton. In a rare and unique tribute, Mr. Skelton combined several lithographs of “Girl Clown” and “Cigar Clown” on Marlboro paper and overlaid them on board creating a three-dimensional tribute to both of these important clowns, who, according to Red, were close friends. Each work of art is beautifully framed using high quality museum conservated materials.

Red’s Masterpiece Collection—Celebrating 80 Years of Love and Laughter” This delightful assemblage of two unique and rare photographs of Red and also proudly displays an original, unique prismatic oil pencil drawing of a clown, signed by Red Skelton, drawn on his white short sleeve shirt featuring a portrait of Red. The original drawing of a clown is quite special. The clown’s hat is blue with a prominent band of red above the brim. It was signed by Red and Red used the “R” in his name to form the face of the clown. Red is holding a paint brush The other photo in the Masterpiece Collection is one featuring Red standing on a chair with almost ten chorus girls waving their arm at the actor-artist. These two works of art are impressively framed in a museum-quality fame and each work of art described above is beautifully framed.

Ms. Monica McGue
Special Collection Pricing please contact seller for information
Contact phone number: (614) 595-1609

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