The Children of the Feud (Triangle, 1916). Very Good on Li...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionThe Children of the Feud (Triangle, 1916). Very Good on Linen. One Sheet (28.25" X 41").
Dorothy Gish breaks from her normal series of comedic roles in this silent Appalachian drama about jealousy, vengeance, and love. Although her popularity was overshadowed by that of her sister, Lillian Gish, she made over 100 two-reel films and features, and eventually relocated to England to enjoy a long and successful stage career. Now a gorgeous stone litho display piece, skilled conservation has corrected edge and fold wear, large tears into the interior, and paper loss into the blue background, including some into Gish's bustle. Restoration has also addressed a small chip in Gish's cheek, and the blue background, some of the text, and border have been airbrushed. Very Good on Linen.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.
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