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W.C. Fields – We are all equal

DKK575,00DKK2.250,00

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Formater/Sizes: 150 x 100 cm · 100 x 70 cm · *59,4 x 42 cm

 

Fri fragt i Danmark – til pakkeshop / Free delivery in Denmark – dropshipping


Plakat · priser i DKK
150 x 100 cm: 975 kr. inkl. forsendelse
100 x 70 cm: 575 kr. (plakat i ramme kr. 1.150) · inkl. forsendelse
59,4 x 42 cm: 1.175 kr. (plakat i ramme kr. 2.250) · inkl. forsendelse
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For sale outside DK: Inquiry via posters(at)FinnNygaard.com

Poster · prices in Euro
150 x 100 cm: 131 Euro + shipping (no frame)

100 x 70 cm: 77 Euro + shipping (no frame)
59,4 x 42 cm: 158 Euro + shipping (no frame)

 

*59,4 x 42 cm –
Print on Fine Art Hahnemühle Bamboo 290 gsm, archival inks. Trimmed, 2 cm border for framing. Signed and sealed by the author. Limited print: 1-30.

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William Claude Dukenfield (1880–1946), better known as W. C. Fields, was an American comedian, actor, juggler and writer. Fields’ comic persona was a misanthropic and hard-drinking egotist, who remained a sympathetic character despite his snarling contempt for dogs and children. His career in show business began in vaudeville, where he attained international success as a silent juggler. He gradually incorporated comedy into his act, and was a featured comedian in the Ziegfeld Follies for several years. He became a star in the Broadway musical comedy Poppy (1923), in which he played a colorful small-time con man. His subsequent stage and film roles were often similar scoundrels, or else henpecked everyman characters.

Among his recognizable trademarks were his raspy drawl and grandiloquent vocabulary. The characterization he portrayed in films and on radio was so strong it was generally identified with Fields himself. It was maintained by the publicity departments at Fields’ studios (Paramount and Universal) and was further established by Robert Lewis Taylor’s biography, W. C. Fields, His Follies and Fortunes (1949). Beginning in 1973, with the publication of Fields’ letters, photos, and personal notes in grandson Ronald Fields’ book W. C. Fields by Himself, it was shown that Fields was married (and subsequently estranged from his wife), and financially supported their son and loved his grandchildren.

 

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Format

100 x 70 cm, 150 x 100 cm, 59,4 x 42 cm

Ramme

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