Nov 20, 2014 - Sale 2367

Sale 2367 - Lot 306

Price Realized: $ 281
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Estimate: $ 400 - $ 600
"I DON'T ACTUALLY WORK BY ARTIFICIAL LIGHT AFTER HOURS" ROCKWELL, NORMAN. Two Typed Letters Signed, "Norman," to fellow artist and founder of lighting company Verilux Howard Scott. The first, praising him for his "Post" covers. The second, inquiring about improving the artificial light in his studio. Each 1 page, square 8vo or 4to, personal stationery; ink receipt stamp at upper right and telephone number written in unknown hand at lower right of 1966 letter. Arlington, 20 March 1943; Stockbridge, 28 June 1966...

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1943: "What on earth could please an illustrator more than to hear that a fellow craftsman liked his work . . . ."
1966: "I do have a problem with artificial light late in the afternoons, beginning in October through January. I don't actually work by artificial light after hours. . . ."