Charles Lederer Chicago World’s Fair 1933. A Century of Progress. Watercolor depicts the Belgian Village. Very beautiful scene. Original images of the World’s Fair are hard to come by. This exact work came from the collection of Charles Wacker, whom the famous Whacker drive is named after. This piece is not only incredible to look at, but also has historical beauty as well. Size is 12X9 inches. Unsigned. Appears to be in great condition for its age. Would look wonderful in a frame.
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