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Vince Zenone

 (1918 - 2004)
Vince Zenone was active/lived in Louisiana, Alabama.  Vince Zenone is known for streetscene, patriotic, figure, religion.

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A painter in New Orleans, Vince Zenone did a watercolor titled "Rare Stamps Shop on Royal Street". It was purchased by Raymond Weill, who used the painting in his advertisements on the back cover of the "New Yorker" magazine.

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Neal Auction Company
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The following note and the reference to the obituary was submitted August 2004 and is from Kathleen Pendracky.

My father, Stephen Horbaty, knew Vince Zenone as a youngster in Philadelphia. Even in grade school Vince was considered a gifted artist. Like most everyone else at the time, his family experienced some hard times. Vince needed glasses to see and my father assisted in getting friends and acq   ...  Displaying 750 of 5241 characters.

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Stamps Shop on Royal Street
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