David E. Kornhauser (early 20th century- Pennsylvania)

oil on canvas laid to board under glass
16'' H x 12'' W

  • Provenance: Estate of Charles E. Mack, Newhall, California
  • Notes: Charles E. Mack (1887–1934) originated the blackface comedy vaudeville act 'Two Black Crows' (also known as 'Moran and Mack') that was popular on Broadway, on radio and in film and shorts in the 1920s and early 30s. Mack and partner George Moran were the last major blackface team to work in vaudeville
  • Condition: Visual: Generally good condition, soiling in the background concentrated in the upper corners. Not examined out of frame. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.

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October 16, 2012 6:30 PM PDT
Pasadena, CA, US

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