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Neon Magic (Mobil, 1952)
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Lithograph 16" x 22" --- 750 $85.00
Neon Magic (Mobil, 1952)
Gas station on Route 66 in Missouri, visited by the artist.  1952 Chevrolet Bel Air hardtop coupe; 1948 Plymouth woodie wagon.

Artist Notes:
"In 1931, the Socony-Vacuum company adopted the Pegasus ‘Flying Red Horse’ trademark as their worldwide corporate symbol. The Pegasus symbolized power and speed.  In 1955, they became Socony Mobil Oil Co. and in 1966 simply Mobil Oil Corp."

Jack SCHMITT Gallery
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