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Chicago Artist from the 1960's

I found this painting  signed and dated 1967 by Gustav Korn in an amazing house this summer in Beverly, Illinois. He was a European trained artist who emigrated here from Europe. According to his relatives he was the principal graphic artist for 'Vienna Beef' products. Their logos are ubiquitous in Chicago, you can't go a block without seeing their 'Hot Dog in a Bun' image at any drive-in. His house was amazing a real walk back in time. The house was a Spanish colonial stucco and arched breezeway mix. Inside I felt I had walked into 1940's Hollywood! I bought some amazing furniture and accessories at his estate sale. Here's one pix of more to come... I will have it at next month's Randolph Street Market. I will have 2014 dates posted soon on my events page   

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