The Flower of No-Man's Land (Columbia, 1916). Good+ on Lin...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionThe Flower of No-Man's Land (Columbia, 1916). Good+ on Linen. Three Sheet (42" X 80.5").
Silent screen star Viola Dana appeared in over a hundred films in her career, and was married to this picture's director, John H. Collins. Dana is the lovely Echo, a girl growing up in the Wild West, who is pursued by several suitors before moving to Greenwich Village. Collins was one of the unfortunate victims of the 1918 influenza epidemic, leaving Dana a young widow. She was later involved with the aviator daredevil Ormer Locklear and comedian Buster Keaton. Skillful restoration to this rich stone litho three sheet has addressed tearing and paper loss in the borders and interior, including some paper loss in the lower part of Viola Dana's face and chest, as well as in the credit and title areas.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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