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Carl Barks - Lavender and Old Lace > Carl Barks Gallery > Carl Barks - Mini lithographs, Another Rainbow
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Nummereret og signeret minilitografi af Carl Barks. "Lavender and Old Lace", Another Rainbow 1996, nr. 345 af 595 eks.

Carl Barks: "Lavender and Old Lace", minilitografi, signeret, nr. 345 af 595, Regular Edition, Another Rainbow 1996.

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English - publisher's notes:
Carl Barks worked over thirty years on Walt Disney films and comics, fashioning fantasies that would allow him to address serious issues. Donald Duck’s small circle of acquaintances expanded into a neighborhood, then a city, and finally a kind of global village spanning history and time. At the core of this achievement lies the creation of a tight-knit and caring Duck Family he used first for a comic book cover (Duck Album Four Color 450, February 1953); second, in 1973, a fine art oil painting; third, in 1995, a truly unique, premium quality porcelain; and, fourth, in 1996, a miniature lithograph. The latter two variations of Lavender and Old Lace were released in limited editions signed by Barks. The eight anthropomorphic ducks most commonly associated with the artist’s career are, standing left to right: Uncle Scrooge McDuck, money bin mogul, who began empire-building in the days when pick, shovel, and will power were the main requirements; Grandma Duck, matriarch of the duck clan, who represents Barks’ fondness for the frontier spirit; Donald Duck, middle center, Disney’s quacking clown, who, in his own way, is a pioneer and single parent to three rambunctious boys; Daisy Duck, unrelated to Donald -- as of now; and Gladstone Gander, first cousin to Donald, who, with his perfectly coiffed hair and insufferably charmed life, nonchalantly twirls a lucky horseshoe . Sitting, middle foreground, wearing yellow, green and blue turtleneck sweaters, are the nephews and grandnephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie.
Of all the oil paintings Carl Barks ever did, Lavender and Old Lace enjoys distinctions equaled by no other. In ’73, when the Old Duck Man did this masterpiece, collectors labeled it the quintessential effort -- a perfect representation of the Donald Duck family! That’s why, less than a decade later, Another Rainbow chose it to grace the slipcase of The Fine Art of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck, a collection of 122 Disney paintings by Barks . Today, when anyone thinks of or sees the book, they recall the image of Lavender and Old Lace.  -  E-mail:

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