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Period: 1920s
"Sherman Rose" Adobe, Monterey California - Signed 1923 Original Etching
Located in Soquel, CA
Beautiful early 20th Century etching on vellum of the Monterey Bonifacio Adobe known as The Old Sherman Rose House, with climbing roses, by Ferdinand Burgdorff (American, (1881 - 197...
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American Realist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching, Paper

SEA TREASURES
Located in Santa Monica, CA
FRANCES H. GEARHART and Sisters (THE GEARHARTS) SEA TREASURES...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

Original "Comptoir Francais De L'Azote" vintage agriculture art deco poster
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Comptoir Francais De l’Azote vintage lithograph poster. This linen-backed full lithograph depicts a proud young boy (wearing wooden shoes) displaying a sample of this year’...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

Original "HEARST'S INTERNATIONAL MARCH 1922" antique cover
Located in Spokane, WA
Original March 1922 HEARST'S INTERNATIONAL, March 1922 cover created by the notable artist, Alphonse Mucha. Professional acid-free archival linen backed, presented in a 16" x 20" p...
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Art Nouveau 1920s Landscape Prints

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Offset

"Oliviers" pochoir
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: pochoir (after the watercolor). Published in Paris in 1924 by Albert Morance for "L'Art d'Aujourd'hui", and now very scarce. The publisher's provenance inscription is printed...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph, Stencil

India Rare Limited Edition Engraving In the Bazaar Bijapur 1929 W Bagdatopolus
Located in Norfolk, GB
Artist: William Bagdatopoulos In the Bazaar, Bijapur, c 1929 Medium: Engraving Edition 25/75 Image Size: 21 x 30 cm Paper Size: 29 x40 cm A fabulous and very rare image. There is one in the Smithsonian Collections William Spencer Bagdatopoulos (1888 - 1965) Bagdatopoulos was a painter and commercial artist, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is known for his Orientalist renditions of people and monuments in the East. In 1924, Bagdatopoulos was commissioned by the Times of India in Bombay to tour the country on their behalf. From 1924-26 he travelled to every part of India, painting images of Indian sights, such as the Golden Temple, the gopuram at Madurai, the Taj Mahal, and the bazaars of Darjeeling.Some of his art was reproduced in the Times of India annuals. He also illustrated advertisements for the magazine and travel posters for the Indian Railways...
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Other Art Style 1920s Landscape Prints

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Engraving

"The Greek Theater After A Rally" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"The Greek Theater After A Rally" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph "The Greek Theater After A Rally" 1921 University of California Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Ink, Paper

"The Football Statue Through The Trees" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"The Football Statue Through The Trees" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Lithograph "The Football Statue Through The Trees" 1921 University of California B...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Ink, Paper

Original "Ring It Again, Third Liberty Loan vintage WW1 poster
Located in Spokane, WA
Original poster: Ring it Again Third Liberty Loan. Buy U. S. Gov't Bonds. World War 1 lithograph poster over 100 years old. It is mounted on acid-free archival linen. It looks l...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

Lower East Side Tenements Yiddish Barber Shop 1920's Aquatint Etching Judaica
Located in Surfside, FL
Hand signed, numbered and titled. It depicts the old lower east side of New York city with its tenements and different language signes, barber shop poles...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching, Aquatint

"The Greater University" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"The Greater University" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph "The Greater University" 1921 University of California Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Ink, Paper

"Strawberry Creek At The Class Of 1910 Bridge" - 1921 UC Berkeley Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"Strawberry Creek At The Class Of 1910 Bridge" - 1921 UC Berkeley Lithograph "Strawberry Creek At The Class Of 1910 Bridge" 1921 University of California Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Ink, Lithograph, Paper

"Senior Womens Hall In The Moonlight" 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"Senior Womens Hall In The Moonlight" 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph "Senior Womens Hall In The Moonlight" 1921 University of California Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Paper, Ink

"The Library From The Botanical Gardens" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"The Library From The Botanical Gardens" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Lithograph "The Library From The Botanical Gardens" 1921 University of California Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Paper, Ink

"The Mining Building From The Road" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
"The Mining Building From The Road" - 1921 UC Berkeley Yearbook Color Lithograph "The Mining Building From The Road" 1921 University of California Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Paper, Ink

British Empire Exhibition 1924 Wembley map by Stanley Kennedy North
Located in London, GB
To see more, scroll down to "More from this Seller" and below it click on "See all from this Seller." Stanley Kennedy North (1887 - 1942) British Empire Exhibition Map (1924) Lithog...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

La Traite des Vaches - Woodcut by Paul Emile Colin - 1905
Located in Roma, IT
La Traite des Vaches is an artwok realized in 1905, by the French Artist Paul Emile Colin . Colored woodcut on paper. Hand Signed on the right corner. Limited edition of 50, ex. n. ...
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Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

Le Cerisier  - Woodcut by Paul Emile Colin - 1902
Located in Roma, IT
Le Cerisier is an artwok realized in  1902  by the French Artist  Paul Emile Colin . Black and white woodcut on paper. Hand Signed on the left corner. The artwork is attached on pa...
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Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

New Viaduct
Located in Fairlawn, OH
From: The Cleveland Set (23 plates), No. 1 Edition: Small Signed in pencil Image: 7 3/4 x 11 1/2"
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Drypoint

"And There Was Light" from the Genesis portfolio old testament bible landscape
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"And There Was Light" is a reproduction giclée print on watercolor paper. It is based after the original lithograph made by Abel Pann. From Abel Pann's portfolio, "The Bible - Genes...
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Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Giclée

Bluebell Wood, John Hall Thorpe colour woodcut, c1920
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Colour woodcut. C1922.Signed in pencil below the image. Hall Thorpe's colourful and decorative woodcuts were very popular in the 1920s and 1930s. He was ...
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Art Nouveau 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

Wheeler Hall 1921 University of California at Berkeley Color Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
Wheeler Hall 1921 University of California at Berkeley Color Lithograph by Pedro Lemos (American, 1882-1952). Lithograph from a 1921 UC Berkely yearbook de...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph, Paper

Original Impermeaili Moretti Italian art deco vintage poster
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Italian poster: Impermeabili Moretti by Leopoldo Meticovitz. Archival linen-backed original Italian vintage poster IMPERMEABILI MORETTI. This pre-art deco poster is in v...
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Art Deco 1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

'Old Shanghai' — 1920s Realism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anton Schutz, 'Old Shanghai', etching, edition not stated, 1928. Signed in pencil. A fine, richly-inked impression, with skillfully-controlled plate tone, on cream wove Japan paper; ...
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American Realist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

'Westminster Abbey' — 1920s Realism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anton Schutz, 'Westminster Abbey', etching, edition not stated, 1927. Signed in pencil. Signed and dated in the plate, lower left. A superb, richly-i...
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American Realist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

'Coenties Slip' — 1920s Lower Manhattan, Financial District
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Luigi Kasimir, 'Coenties Slip', color etching with aquatint, 1927, edition 100. Signed in pencil. Dated in the plate, lower right. Annotated 'NEW YORK HANOVER SQUARE (COENTIES SLIP)'...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching, Aquatint

The Helmsman
Located in Storrs, CT
The Helmsman. 1925. Etching. Hurst 130. 7 x 10 7/8 (sheet 11 x 5). Trial proof, apart from the edition of 75 An extremely rich impression printed cream wove paper. An exceptionally r...
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Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Drypoint, Etching

'Soaring Steel' — 1920s Realism, Chicago Cityscape
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Samuel Chamberlain, 'Soaring Steel', drypoint, 1929, edition 100, Chamberlain and Kingsland 79. Signed, titled, and numbered '64/100' in pencil. Annotated '48.00' in pencil, in the artist's hand, bottom right margin. A superb, finely-detailed impression, with selectively wiped plate tone, on heavy Rives cream wove paper; full margins (1 3/8 to 1 7/8 inches), in excellent condition. Matted to museum standards, unframed. The subject of the print is the construction of the Daily News Building in Chicago, Illinois. Image size 12 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches (311 x 241 mm); sheet size 15 1/2 x 12 3/8 inches (394 x 314 mm). Impressions of this work are held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Boston Public Library, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York Public Library, University of Michigan Museum of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Western Australia Museum. ABOUT THE ARTIST 'There is something about the atmospheric vibrancy of an etching which imparts a peculiar and irresistible life to architectural drawing...A copper plate offers receptive ground to the meticulously detailed drawing which so often appeals to the architect'. —Samuel Chamberlain, from the Catalogue Raisonné of his prints. Samuel V. Chamberlain (1896 - 1975), printmaker, photographer, author, and teacher, was born in Iowa. His family moved to Aberdeen, Washington in 1901, and in 1913, Chamberlain enrolled in the University of Washington in Seattle, where he studied architecture under Carl Gould. By 1915, he was enrolled in the School of Architecture of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. With the United States' involvement in the First World War, Chamberlain sailed to France, where he volunteered in the American Field Service. In 1918, he was transferred to the United States Army to complete his tour of duty. After the war, he returned to Boston and resumed his architectural studies, which he eventually discontinued, working for a few years as a commercial artist. Chamberlain received the American Field Service Scholarship in 1923, which he used to travel to Spain, North Africa, and Italy. In 1924 he was living in Paris, where he studied lithography with Gaston Dorfinant and etching and drypoint with Edouard Léon, publishing his first etching the following year. In 1927, he studied drypoint with Malcolm...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Drypoint

'Brooklyn Bridge' — 1920s view of an iconic New York City landmark
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Luigi Kasimir, 'Brooklyn Bridge', color etching with aquatint, 1927, edition 100. Signed in pencil. A superb impression, with fresh colors, on heavy, cream wove paper; with margins...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Aquatint, Etching

London Underground Summertime original vintage poster by Edward McKnight Kauffer
Located in London, GB
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

'Heart of San Francisco' — Vintage 1920s Realism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anton Schutz, 'Heart of San Francisco', etching, c. 1927, edition not stated. Signed in pencil. A superb, richly-inked impression, on cream wove paper; the full sheet with margins (2...
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American Realist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

'Manhattan Old and New' —1920s Realism, Cityscape
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Samuel Chamberlain, 'Manhattan Old and New', drypoint, 1929, edition 100, Chamberlain and Kingsland 81. Signed, titled, and numbered '81/100' in pencil. Titled and annotated '30.00' in pencil, in the artist's hand, bottom margin. Matted to museum standards, unframed. A superb, finely-detailed impression, with selectively wiped plate tone, on heavy Rives cream wove paper; full margins (1 1/2 to 2 1/4 inches), in excellent condition. The subject of the print is the lower Manhattan cityscape just before the Depression. Image size 8 3/4 x 6 13/16 inches (222 x 173 mm); sheet size 12 3/4 x 10 inches (324 x 254 mm). Impressions of this work are held in the collections of the National Gallery of Art and the Zimmerli Art Museum. ABOUT THE ARTIST 'There is something about the atmospheric vibrancy of an etching which imparts a peculiar and irresistible life to architectural drawing...A copper plate offers receptive ground to the meticulously detailed drawing which so often appeals to the architect'. —Samuel Chamberlain, from the Catalogue Raisonné of his prints. Samuel V. Chamberlain (1896 - 1975), printmaker, photographer, author, and teacher, was born in Iowa. His family moved to Aberdeen, Washington in 1901, and in 1913, Chamberlain enrolled in the University of Washington in Seattle, where he studied architecture under Carl Gould. By 1915, he was enrolled in the School of Architecture of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. With the United States' involvement in the First World War, Chamberlain sailed to France, where he volunteered in the American Field Service. In 1918, he was transferred to the United States Army to complete his tour of duty. After the war, he returned to Boston and resumed his architectural studies, which he eventually discontinued, working for a few years as a commercial artist. Chamberlain received the American Field Service Scholarship in 1923, which he used to travel to Spain, North Africa, and Italy. In 1924 he was living in Paris, where he studied lithography with Gaston Dorfinant and etching and drypoint with Edouard Léon, publishing his first etching the following year. In 1927, he studied drypoint with Malcolm Osborne...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Drypoint

Hamburg Harbor Etching by Hans Kaumann, c. 1920
Located in Larchmont, NY
Hans Kaumann (German, 20th Century) Hamburg Harbor, c. 1920 Etching 12 x 16 in. This historic print depicting Hamburg Harbor offers a look into the past, presenting a c. 1920s view ...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

Fred Nagler, (Sheep under a Tree)
Located in New York, NY
The etching (Sheep under a Tree) is signed in pencil and annotated (in lower margin) '3rd State, 4 proofs, JN imp.' in pencil. It's in an usually spare drawing style but one that Na...
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Ashcan School 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

Brooklyn Waterfront
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Brooklyn Waterfront Lithograph, 1931 Signed, titled, and dated in pencil by the artist Edition: Undetermined (very small), plus artist's proofs Printed by Meister Schulz, Berlin Provenance: Estate of the artist Virginia Dehn, the artist's widow Dehn Quests Bibliography: Lumsdaine and O'Sullivan 152 Illustrated: Adams, The Sensuous Life of Adolf Dehn, Fig. 9.14, page 213 (This impression) Adolf Dehn, American Watercolorist and Printmaker, 1895-1968 Adolf Dehn was an artist who achieved extraordinary artistic heights, but in a very particular artistic sphere—not so much in oil painting as in watercolor and lithography. Long recognized as a master by serious print collectors, he is gradually gaining recognition as a notable and influential figure in the overall history of American art. In the 19th century, with the invention of the rotary press, which made possible enormous print runs, and the development of the popular, mass-market magazines, newspaper and magazine illustration developed into an artistic realm of its own, often surprisingly divorced from the world of museums and art exhibitions, and today remains surprisingly overlooked by most art historians. Dehn in many regards was an outgrowth of this world, although in an unusual way, since as a young man he produced most of his illustrative work not for popular magazines, such as The Saturday Evening Post, but rather for radical journals, such as The Masses or The Liberator, or artistic “little magazines” such as The Dial. This background established the foundation of his outlook, and led later to his unique and distinctive contribution to American graphic art. If there’s a distinctive quality to his work, it was his skill in introducing unusual tonal and textural effects into his work, particularly in printmaking but also in watercolor. Jackson Pollock seems to have been one of many notable artists who were influenced by his techniques. Early Years, 1895-1922 For an artist largely remembered for scenes of Vienna and Paris, Adolf Dehn’s background was a surprising one. Born in Waterville, Minnesota, on November 22, 1895, Dehn was the descendent of farmers who had emigrated from Germany and homesteaded in the region, initially in a one-room log cabin with a dirt floor. Adolf’s father, Arthur Clark Dehn, was a hunter and trapper who took pride that he had no boss but himself, and who had little use for art. Indeed, during Adolf’s boyhood the walls of his bedroom and the space under his bed were filled with the pelts of mink, muskrats and skunks that his father had killed, skinned and stretched on drying boards. It was Adolf’s mother, Emilie Haas Dehn, a faithful member of the German Lutheran Evangelical Church, who encouraged his interest in art, which became apparent early in childhood. Both parents were ardent socialists, and supporters of Eugene Debs. In many ways Dehn’s later artistic achievement was clearly a reaction against the grinding rural poverty of his childhood. After graduating from high school in 1914 at the age of 19—an age not unusual in farming communities at the time, where school attendance was often irregular—Dehn attended the Minneapolis School of Art from 1914 to 1917, whose character followed strongly reflected that of its director, Munich-trained Robert Kohler, an artistic conservative but a social radical. There Dehn joined a group of students who went on to nationally significant careers, including Wanda Gag (later author of best-selling children’s books); John Flanagan (a sculptor notable for his use of direct carving) Harry Gottlieb (a notable social realist and member of the Woodstock Art Colony), Elizabeth Olds (a printmaker and administrator for the WPA), Arnold Blanch (landscape, still-life and figure painter, and member of the Woodstock group), Lucille Lunquist, later Lucille Blanch (also a gifted painter and founder of the Woodstock art colony), and Johan Egilrud (who stayed in Minneapolis and became a journalist and poet). Adolf became particularly close to Wanda Gag (1893-1946), with whom he established an intense but platonic relationship. Two years older than he, Gag was the daughter of a Bohemian artist and decorator, Anton Gag, who had died in 1908. After her husband died, Wanda’s mother, Lizzi Gag, became a helpless invalid, so Wanda was entrusted with the task of raising and financially supporting her six younger siblings. This endowed her with toughness and an independent streak, but nonetheless, when she met Dehn, Wanda was Victorian and conventional in her artistic taste and social values. Dehn was more socially radical, and introduced her to radical ideas about politics and free love, as well as to socialist publications such as The Masses and The Appeal to Reason. Never very interested in oil painting, in Minneapolis Dehn focused on caricature and illustration--often of a humorous or politically radical character. In 1917 both Dehn and Wanda won scholarships to attend the Art Students League, and consequently, in the fall of that year both moved to New York. Dehn’s art education, however, ended in the summer of 1918, shortly after the United States entered World War I, when he was drafted to serve in the U. S. Army. Unwilling to fight, he applied for status as a conscientious objector, but was first imprisoned, then segregated in semi-imprisonment with other Pacifists, until the war ended. The abuse he suffered at this time may well explain his later withdrawal from taking political stands or making art of an overtly political nature. After his release from the army, Dehn returned to New York where he fell under the spell of the radical cartoonist Boardman Robinson and produced his first lithographs. He also finally consummated his sexual relationship with Wanda Gag. The Years in Europe: 1922-1929 In September of 1921, however, he abruptly departed for Europe, arriving in Paris and then moving on to Vienna. There in the winter of 1922 he fell in love with a Russian dancer, Mura Zipperovitch, ending his seven-year relationship with Wanda Gag. He and Mura were married in 1926. It was also in Vienna that he produced his first notable artistic work. Influenced by European artists such as Jules Pascin and Georg Grosz, Dehn began producing drawings of people in cafes, streets, and parks, which while mostly executed in his studio, were based on spontaneous life studies and have an expressive, sometimes almost childishly wandering quality of line. The mixture of sophistication and naiveté in these drawings was new to American audiences, as was the raciness of their subject matter, which often featured pleasure-seekers, prostitutes or scenes of sexual dalliance, presented with a strong element of caricature. Some of these drawings contain an element of social criticism, reminiscent of that found in the work of George Grosz, although Dehn’s work tended to focus on humorous commentary rather than savagely attacking his subjects or making a partisan political statement. Many Americans, including some who had originally been supporters of Dehn such as Boardman Robinson, were shocked by these European drawings, although George Grocz (who became a friend of the artist in this period) admired them, and recognized that Dehn could also bring a new vision to America subject matter. As he told Dehn: “You will do things in America which haven’t been done, which need to be done, which only you can do—as far at least as I know America.” A key factor in Dehn’s artistic evolution at this time was his association with Scofield Thayer, the publisher of the most notable modernist art and poetry magazine...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

Fred Nagler, Harlem River (New York City)
Located in New York, NY
Massachusetts-born Fred Nagler studied at the Art Students League from 1914 to 1917, with George Bridgeman and Robert Henri, and eventually became a member of the Board of Control. ...
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Ashcan School 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

Fred Nagler, (Road to Calvary)
Located in New York, NY
The etching (Road to Calvary) is signed in pencil. It's in an usually spare drawing style but one that Nagler did use occasionally. Here it emphasizes the meagerness of the scene. T...
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Ashcan School 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

Kevin B. O'Callahan, (Exotic Temple)
Located in New York, NY
This (Exotic Temple) is monogrammed in the plate at the lower right. A Rochester, New York native, Kevin O'Callahan studied at the Carnegie Institute and worked on the WPA. He is k...
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Aesthetic Movement 1920s Landscape Prints

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Intaglio

Fred Nagler, (Crucifixion)
Located in New York, NY
The etching (Crucifixion) is signed and titled in pencil. Signed 'Fred' and possibly dated '27' in the image at lower left. It's in an usually spare drawing style but one that Nagl...
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Ashcan School 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

The Hertfordshire Hunt fox hunting print by Lionel Edwards
Located in London, GB
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

The Old Surrey and Burstow Hunt hunting print by Lionel Edwards
Located in London, GB
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

The Belvoir Hunt hunting print by Lionel Edwards
Located in London, GB
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

SAN JACINTO
Located in Santa Monica, CA
FRANCES H. GEARHART (1869-1958) (Mt.) SAN JACINTO c. 1926 Color block print. Signed in pencil. Unknown edition but uncommon. Image 6 5/8 x 4 1/8 inches. On Gearhart's typical fibr...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

The South Notts Hunt hunting print by Lionel Edwards
Located in London, GB
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

The Berkeley Hunt hunting print by Lionel Edwards
Located in London, GB
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

Ramshackle Barn (de-accessioned from the Denver Art Museum)
Located in New York, NY
Asa Cheffetz Ramshackle Barn (de-accessioned from the Denver Art Museum), ca. 1929 Wood-engraving Pencil signed, numbered 27/100 and titled by the artist on the front 13 × 10 1/4 inches Unframed - affixed to matting De-accessioned from the collection of the Denver Art Museum Asa Chaffetz, "the engraver's engraver" This is the original numbered wood engraving from 1929; not a later re-print This print was honorable mention in the International Exhibition of prints, Art Institute of Chicago, 1929 Exhibited: New England engraved: The prints of Asa Cheffetz: An Exhibition of his wood engraving & an exploration of his life as an artist. Springfield, MA: Museum of Fine Arts, 1984 (A different example) Asa Cheffetz Biography: Born in Buffalo, New York, Cheffetz studied at the School Of The Museum Of Fine Arts in Boston under Philip Leslie Hale...
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Realist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Engraving

Street in Porto Maurizio
Located in Middletown, NY
Etching on antique cream laid paper with a partial watermark, 9 5/8 x 4 1/4 inches (246 x 109 mm); full margins. Signed and dated "1928" in pencil, lower margin. Inscribed "Street in Porto Maurizio...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Handmade Paper, Laid Paper, Etching

Lake Fog
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Lake fog Year: circa 1928-1932 Medium: lithograph Pencil signature, numbered 6 Image size: 9 9/16 x 11 7/16 Harold Keeler was born in Denver, Colorado in 1905. He studied at both th...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

Street in Porto Maurizio
Located in Middletown, NY
Etching on antique handmade laid paper, 9 5/8 x 4 1/4 inches (246 x 109 mm), full margins. Signed and dated (1928) in pencil, lower margin. Printed by Frederick Reynolds. In very goo...
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American Modern 1920s Landscape Prints

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Handmade Paper, Etching

'Cleveland Public Square' — 1920s Urban Realism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anton Schutz, 'Cleveland Public Square', etching, edition not stated, 1927. Signed in pencil. Signed and dated in the plate, lower left. Annotated 'Cleveland Public Square S489', in another hand, in the bottom right margin. A fine, richly-inked impression, in brown/black ink, with skillfully-controlled plate tone, on cream wove Japan paper; the full sheet with margins (1 5/8 to 3 inches), in excellent condition. Archivally sleeved, unmatted. Image size 11 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches; sheet size 17 1/4 x 12 1/8 inches. ABOUT THIS IMAGE 'Public Square' is the two-block (formerly four-block) central plaza of downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Based on an 18th-century New England model, it was part of the original 1796 town plan overseen by Moses Cleveland and remains today as an integral part of the city's center. The 10-acre (4.0 ha) square is centered on the former intersection of Superior Avenue and Ontario Street.[2] Cleveland's three tallest buildings, Key Tower, 200 Public Square, and the Terminal Tower, face the square. Public Square was part of the Connecticut Land Company's original plan for the city, overseen by Moses Cleveland in the 1790s. The square is signature of the layout for early New England towns, which Cleveland was modeled after. While it initially served as a common pasture for settlers' animals, less than a century later in 1879 Public Square became the first street in the world to be lit with electric street lights—arc lamps designed by Cleveland native Charles F. Brush. The square was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 18, 1975. Public Square is often the site of political rallies and civic functions, including a free annual Independence Day concert by the Cleveland Orchestra...
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American Realist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Etching

Dorothy and John Taylor Arms M.D. MCMXXV
Located in Middletown, NY
Etching on cream wove paper 5 7/8 x 3 3/8 inches (150 x 86 mm). Signed and dated in pencil in the lower margin. First state (of 2), before the removal of the inscription in the lowe...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Handmade Paper, Etching

"Passage a Village, " Original Drypoint, Signed
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Passage a Village" is an original drypoint print by Hermine David. It depicts a number of figures on a path into a village using various forms of transportation. This piece is edition 120/150. 11" x 9 3/4" art 21 5/8" x 17" frame Hermine Lionette Cartan David (19 April 1886 in Paris-1 December 1970 in Bry-sur-Marne) was a French painter and the wife of Jules Pascin. She was also a great-granddaughter of the revolutionary painter Jacques-Louis David. Hermine David was one of the Ecole de Paris...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Drypoint

Original 1926 Sesquicentennial Int'l Exposition 150th Year USA Anniversay
Located in Spokane, WA
Original poster: The Sesquicentennial International Exposition Philadelphia. June First to December First, 1926. "The Voice of the Liberty Bell." Original vintage poster, line...
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American Impressionist 1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

The Beaufort Hunt Above the Sodbury Vale hunting print by Lionel Edwards
Located in London, GB
To see our other hunting pictures, scroll down to "More from this Seller" and below it click on "See all from this Seller" and then search. Lionel Edwards (1878 - 1966) The Beaufort...
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1920s Landscape Prints

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Lithograph

Rare 1923 Cubist Reuven Rubin Woodcut Woodblock Kabbalah Print Israeli Judaica
Located in Surfside, FL
This is from the original first edition 1923 printing. there was a much later edition done after these originals. These are individually hand signed in pencil by artist as issued. This listing is for the one print. the other documentation is included here for provenance and is not included in this listing. The various images inspired by the Jewish Mysticism and rabbis and mystics of jerusalem and Kabbalah is holy, dramatic and optimistic Rubin succeeded to evoke the spirit of life in Israel in those early days. They are done in a modern art style influenced by German Expressionism, particularly, Ernst Barlach, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Franz Marc, as introduced to Israel by Jakob Steinhardt, Hermann Struck and Joseph Budko. Reuven Rubin 1893 -1974 was a Romanian-born Israeli painter and Israel's first ambassador to Romania. Rubin Zelicovich (later Reuven Rubin) was born in Galati to a poor Romanian Jewish Hasidic family. He was the eighth of 13 children. In 1912, he left for Ottoman-ruled Palestine to study art at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Finding himself at odds with the artistic views of the Academy's teachers, he left for Paris, France, in 1913 to pursue his studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. He was of the well known Jewish artists in Paris along with Marc Chagall and Chaim Soutine, At the outbreak of World War I, he was returned to Romania, where he spent the war years. In 1921, he traveled to the United States with his friend and fellow artist, Arthur Kolnik. In New York City, the two met artist Alfred Stieglitz, who was instrumental in organizing their first American show at the Anderson Gallery. Following the exhibition, in 1922, they both returned to Europe. In 1923, Rubin emigrated to Mandate Palestine. Rubin met his wife, Esther, in 1928, aboard a passenger ship to Palestine on his return from a show in New York. She was a Bronx girl who had won a trip to Palestine in a Young Judaea competition. He died in 1974. Part of the early generation of artists in Israel, Joseph Zaritsky, Arieh Lubin, Reuven Rubin, Sionah Tagger, Pinchas Litvinovsky, Mordecai Ardon, Yitzhak Katz, and Baruch Agadati; These painters depicted the country’s landscapes in the 1920s rebelled against the Bezalel school of Boris Schatz. They sought current styles in Europe that would help portray their own country’s landscape, in keeping with the spirit of the time. Rubin’s Cezannesque landscapes from the 1920s were defined by both a modern and a naive style, portraying the landscape and inhabitants of Israel in a sensitive fashion. His landscape paintings in particular paid special detail to a spiritual, translucent light. His early work bore the influences of Futurism, Vorticism, Cubism and Surrealism. In Palestine, he became one of the founders of the new Eretz-Yisrael style. Recurring themes in his work were the bible, the prophet, the biblical landscape, folklore and folk art, people, including Yemenite, Hasidic Jews and Arabs. Many of his paintings are sun-bathed depictions of Jerusalem and the Galilee. Rubin might have been influenced by the work of Henri Rousseau whose naice style combined with Eastern nuances, as well as with the neo-Byzantine art to which Rubin had been exposed in his native Romania. In accordance with his integrative style, he signed his works with his first name in Hebrew and his surname in Roman letters. In 1924, he was the first artist to hold a solo exhibition at the Tower of David, in Jerusalem (later exhibited in Tel Aviv at Gymnasia Herzliya). That year he was elected chairman of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Palestine. From the 1930s onwards, Rubin designed backdrops for Habima Theater, the Ohel Theater and other theaters. His biography, published in 1969, is titled My Life - My Art. He died in Tel Aviv in October 1974, after having bequeathed his home on 14 Bialik Street and a core collection of his paintings to the city of Tel Aviv. The Rubin Museum opened in 1983. The director and curator of the museum is his daughter-in-law, Carmela Rubin. Rubin's paintings are now increasingly sought after. At a Sotheby's auction in New York in 2007, his work accounted for six of the ten top lots. Along with Yaacov Agam and Menashe Kadishman he is among Israel's best known artists internationally. Education 1912 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 1913-14 École des Beaux Arts, Paris and Académie Colarossi, Paris Select Group Exhibitions Eged - Palestine Painters Group Eged - Palestine Painters Group, Allenby Street, Tel Aviv 1929 Artists: Chana Orloff, Abraham Melnikoff, Rubin, Reuven Nahum Gutman, Sionah Tagger,Arieh Allweil, Jewish Artists Association, Levant Fair, Tel Aviv, 1929 Artists: Ludwig Blum,Eliyahu Sigad, Shmuel Ovadyahu, Itzhak Frenel Frenkel,Ozer Shabat, Menahem Shemi...
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Abstract 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

Rare 1923 Cubist Reuven Rubin Woodcut Woodblock Print Israeli Hasidic Judaica
Located in Surfside, FL
This is from the original first edition 1923 printing. there was a much later edition done after these originals. These are individually hand signed in pencil by artist as issued. This listing is for the one print. the other documentation is included here for provenance and is not included in this listing. The various images inspired by the Jewish Mysticism and rabbis and mystics of jerusalem and Kabbalah is holy, dramatic and optimistic Rubin succeeded to evoke the spirit of life in Israel in those early days. They are done in a modern art style influenced by German Expressionism, particularly, Ernst Barlach, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Franz Marc, as introduced to Israel by Jakob Steinhardt, Hermann Struck and Joseph Budko. Reuven Rubin 1893 -1974 was a Romanian-born Israeli painter and Israel's first ambassador to Romania. Rubin Zelicovich (later Reuven Rubin) was born in Galati to a poor Romanian Jewish Hasidic family. He was the eighth of 13 children. In 1912, he left for Ottoman-ruled Palestine to study art at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Finding himself at odds with the artistic views of the Academy's teachers, he left for Paris, France, in 1913 to pursue his studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. He was of the well known Jewish artists in Paris along with Marc Chagall and Chaim Soutine, At the outbreak of World War I, he was returned to Romania, where he spent the war years. In 1921, he traveled to the United States with his friend and fellow artist, Arthur Kolnik. In New York City, the two met artist Alfred Stieglitz, who was instrumental in organizing their first American show at the Anderson Gallery. Following the exhibition, in 1922, they both returned to Europe. In 1923, Rubin emigrated to Mandate Palestine. Rubin met his wife, Esther, in 1928, aboard a passenger ship to Palestine on his return from a show in New York. She was a Bronx girl who had won a trip to Palestine in a Young Judaea competition. He died in 1974. Part of the early generation of artists in Israel, Joseph Zaritsky, Arieh Lubin, Reuven Rubin, Sionah Tagger, Pinchas Litvinovsky, Mordecai Ardon, Yitzhak Katz, and Baruch Agadati; These painters depicted the country’s landscapes in the 1920s rebelled against the Bezalel school of Boris Schatz. They sought current styles in Europe that would help portray their own country’s landscape, in keeping with the spirit of the time. Rubin’s Cezannesque landscapes from the 1920s were defined by both a modern and a naive style, portraying the landscape and inhabitants of Israel in a sensitive fashion. His landscape paintings in particular paid special detail to a spiritual, translucent light. His early work bore the influences of Futurism, Vorticism, Cubism and Surrealism. In Palestine, he became one of the founders of the new Eretz-Yisrael style. Recurring themes in his work were the bible, the prophet, the biblical landscape, folklore and folk art, people, including Yemenite, Hasidic Jews and Arabs. Many of his paintings are sun-bathed depictions of Jerusalem and the Galilee. Rubin might have been influenced by the work of Henri Rousseau whose naice style combined with Eastern nuances, as well as with the neo-Byzantine art to which Rubin had been exposed in his native Romania. In accordance with his integrative style, he signed his works with his first name in Hebrew and his surname in Roman letters. In 1924, he was the first artist to hold a solo exhibition at the Tower of David, in Jerusalem (later exhibited in Tel Aviv at Gymnasia Herzliya). That year he was elected chairman of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Palestine. From the 1930s onwards, Rubin designed backdrops for Habima Theater, the Ohel Theater and other theaters. His biography, published in 1969, is titled My Life - My Art. He died in Tel Aviv in October 1974, after having bequeathed his home on 14 Bialik Street and a core collection of his paintings to the city of Tel Aviv. The Rubin Museum opened in 1983. The director and curator of the museum is his daughter-in-law, Carmela Rubin. Rubin's paintings are now increasingly sought after. At a Sotheby's auction in New York in 2007, his work accounted for six of the ten top lots. Along with Yaacov Agam and Menashe Kadishman he is among Israel's best known artists internationally. Education 1912 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 1913-14 École des Beaux Arts, Paris and Académie Colarossi, Paris Select Group Exhibitions Eged - Palestine Painters Group Eged - Palestine Painters Group, Allenby Street, Tel Aviv 1929 Artists: Chana Orloff, Abraham Melnikoff, Rubin, Reuven Nahum Gutman, Sionah Tagger,Arieh Allweil, Jewish Artists Association, Levant Fair, Tel Aviv, 1929 Artists: Ludwig Blum,Eliyahu Sigad, Shmuel Ovadyahu, Itzhak Frenel Frenkel,Ozer Shabat, Menahem Shemi, First Exhibition of ''Hever Omanim'' First Exhibition of ''Hever Omanim'' Steimatzky Gallery, Jerusalem 1936 Artists: Gutman, Nachum Holzman, Shimshon Mokady, Moshe Sima, Miron Rubin, Reuven Steinhardt, Jakob Ben Zvi, Zeev Ziffer, Moshe Allweil, Arieh Group Exhibition Group Exhibition Katz Art Gallery, Tel Aviv 1939 Artists: Avni, Aharon Holzman, Shimshon Gliksberg, Haim Gutman, Nachum Ovadyahu, Shmuel Shorr, Zvi Schwartz, Chaya Streichman, Yehezkel Tagger, Sionah Rubin, Reuven A Collection of Works by Artists of the Land of Israel A Collection of Works by Artists of the Land of Israel The Bezalel National Museum, Jerusalem 1940 Artists: Shemi, Menahem Rubin, Reuven Avni, Aharon Mokady, Moshe Jonas, Ludwig Steinhardt, Jakob Ticho, Anna Krakauer, Leopold Gutman, Nachum Budko, Joseph Ardon, Mordecai Sima, Miron Castel, Moshe Pann, Abel Struck, Hermann Gur Arie, Meir Ben Zvi, Zeev Litvinovsky, Pinchas Artists in Israel for the Defense, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv 1967 Artists: Avraham Binder, Motke Blum, (Mordechai) Samuel Bak, Yosl Bergner, Nahum Gilboa, Jean David, Marcel Janco, Lea Nikel, Jacob Pins, Esther Peretz...
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Abstract 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

Rare 1923 Cubist Reuven Rubin Woodcut Woodblock Print Israeli Hasidic Judaica
Located in Surfside, FL
This is from the original first edition 1923 printing. there was a much later edition done after these originals. These are individually hand signed in pencil by artist as issued. This listing is for the one print. the other documentation is included here for provenance and is not included in this listing. The various images inspired by the Jewish Mysticism and rabbis and mystics of jerusalem and Kabbalah is holy, dramatic and optimistic Rubin succeeded to evoke the spirit of life in Israel in those early days. They are done in a modern art style influenced by German Expressionism, particularly, Ernst Barlach, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Franz Marc, as introduced to Israel by Jakob Steinhardt, Hermann Struck and Joseph Budko. Reuven Rubin 1893 -1974 was a Romanian-born Israeli painter and Israel's first ambassador to Romania. Rubin Zelicovich (later Reuven Rubin) was born in Galati to a poor Romanian Jewish Hasidic family. He was the eighth of 13 children. In 1912, he left for Ottoman-ruled Palestine to study art at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Finding himself at odds with the artistic views of the Academy's teachers, he left for Paris, France, in 1913 to pursue his studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. He was of the well known Jewish artists in Paris along with Marc Chagall and Chaim Soutine, At the outbreak of World War I, he was returned to Romania, where he spent the war years. In 1921, he traveled to the United States with his friend and fellow artist, Arthur Kolnik. In New York City, the two met artist Alfred Stieglitz, who was instrumental in organizing their first American show at the Anderson Gallery. Following the exhibition, in 1922, they both returned to Europe. In 1923, Rubin emigrated to Mandate Palestine. Rubin met his wife, Esther, in 1928, aboard a passenger ship to Palestine on his return from a show in New York. She was a Bronx girl who had won a trip to Palestine in a Young Judaea competition. He died in 1974. Part of the early generation of artists in Israel, Joseph Zaritsky, Arieh Lubin, Reuven Rubin, Sionah Tagger, Pinchas Litvinovsky, Mordecai Ardon, Yitzhak Katz, and Baruch Agadati; These painters depicted the country’s landscapes in the 1920s rebelled against the Bezalel school of Boris Schatz. They sought current styles in Europe that would help portray their own country’s landscape, in keeping with the spirit of the time. Rubin’s Cezannesque landscapes from the 1920s were defined by both a modern and a naive style, portraying the landscape and inhabitants of Israel in a sensitive fashion. His landscape paintings in particular paid special detail to a spiritual, translucent light. His early work bore the influences of Futurism, Vorticism, Cubism and Surrealism. In Palestine, he became one of the founders of the new Eretz-Yisrael style. Recurring themes in his work were the bible, the prophet, the biblical landscape, folklore and folk art, people, including Yemenite, Hasidic Jews and Arabs. Many of his paintings are sun-bathed depictions of Jerusalem and the Galilee. Rubin might have been influenced by the work of Henri Rousseau whose naice style combined with Eastern nuances, as well as with the neo-Byzantine art to which Rubin had been exposed in his native Romania. In accordance with his integrative style, he signed his works with his first name in Hebrew and his surname in Roman letters. In 1924, he was the first artist to hold a solo exhibition at the Tower of David, in Jerusalem (later exhibited in Tel Aviv at Gymnasia Herzliya). That year he was elected chairman of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Palestine. From the 1930s onwards, Rubin designed backdrops for Habima Theater, the Ohel Theater and other theaters. His biography, published in 1969, is titled My Life - My Art. He died in Tel Aviv in October 1974, after having bequeathed his home on 14 Bialik Street and a core collection of his paintings to the city of Tel Aviv. The Rubin Museum opened in 1983. The director and curator of the museum is his daughter-in-law, Carmela Rubin. Rubin's paintings are now increasingly sought after. At a Sotheby's auction in New York in 2007, his work accounted for six of the ten top lots. Along with Yaacov Agam and Menashe Kadishman he is among Israel's best known artists internationally. Education 1912 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 1913-14 École des Beaux Arts, Paris and Académie Colarossi, Paris Select Group Exhibitions Eged - Palestine Painters Group Eged - Palestine Painters Group, Allenby Street, Tel Aviv 1929 Artists: Chana Orloff, Abraham Melnikoff, Rubin, Reuven Nahum Gutman, Sionah Tagger,Arieh Allweil, Jewish Artists Association, Levant Fair, Tel Aviv, 1929 Artists: Ludwig Blum,Eliyahu Sigad, Shmuel Ovadyahu, Itzhak Frenel Frenkel,Ozer Shabat, Menahem Shemi...
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Abstract 1920s Landscape Prints

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Woodcut

Rare 1923 Cubist Reuven Rubin Woodcut Woodblock Fisherman Print Israeli Judaica
Located in Surfside, FL
This is from the original first edition 1923 printing. there was a much later edition done after these originals. These are individually hand signed in pencil by artist as issued. This listing is for the one print. the other documentation is included here for provenance and is not included in this listing. The various images inspired by the Jewish Mysticism and rabbis and mystics of jerusalem and Kabbalah is holy, dramatic and optimistic Rubin succeeded to evoke the spirit of life in Israel in those early days. They are done in a modern art style influenced by German Expressionism, particularly, Ernst Barlach, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Franz Marc, as introduced to Israel by Jakob Steinhardt, Hermann Struck and Joseph Budko. Reuven Rubin 1893 -1974 was a Romanian-born Israeli painter and Israel's first ambassador to Romania. Rubin Zelicovich (later Reuven Rubin) was born in Galati to a poor Romanian Jewish Hasidic family. He was the eighth of 13 children. In 1912, he left for Ottoman-ruled Palestine to study art at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Finding himself at odds with the artistic views of the Academy's teachers, he left for Paris, France, in 1913 to pursue his studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. He was of the well known Jewish artists in Paris along with Marc Chagall and Chaim Soutine, At the outbreak of World War I, he was returned to Romania, where he spent the war years. In 1921, he traveled to the United States with his friend and fellow artist, Arthur Kolnik. In New York City, the two met artist Alfred Stieglitz, who was instrumental in organizing their first American show at the Anderson Gallery. Following the exhibition, in 1922, they both returned to Europe. In 1923, Rubin emigrated to Mandate Palestine. Rubin met his wife, Esther, in 1928, aboard a passenger ship to Palestine on his return from a show in New York. She was a Bronx girl who had won a trip to Palestine in a Young Judaea competition. He died in 1974. Part of the early generation of artists in Israel, Joseph Zaritsky, Arieh Lubin, Reuven Rubin, Sionah Tagger, Pinchas Litvinovsky, Mordecai Ardon, Yitzhak Katz, and Baruch Agadati; These painters depicted the country’s landscapes in the 1920s rebelled against the Bezalel school of Boris Schatz. They sought current styles in Europe that would help portray their own country’s landscape, in keeping with the spirit of the time. Rubin’s Cezannesque landscapes from the 1920s were defined by both a modern and a naive style, portraying the landscape and inhabitants of Israel in a sensitive fashion. His landscape paintings in particular paid special detail to a spiritual, translucent light. His early work bore the influences of Futurism, Vorticism, Cubism and Surrealism. In Palestine, he became one of the founders of the new Eretz-Yisrael style. Recurring themes in his work were the bible, the prophet, the biblical landscape, folklore and folk art, people, including Yemenite, Hasidic Jews and Arabs. Many of his paintings are sun-bathed depictions of Jerusalem and the Galilee. Rubin might have been influenced by the work of Henri Rousseau whose naice style combined with Eastern nuances, as well as with the neo-Byzantine art to which Rubin had been exposed in his native Romania. In accordance with his integrative style, he signed his works with his first name in Hebrew and his surname in Roman letters. In 1924, he was the first artist to hold a solo exhibition at the Tower of David, in Jerusalem (later exhibited in Tel Aviv at Gymnasia Herzliya). That year he was elected chairman of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Palestine. From the 1930s onwards, Rubin designed backdrops for Habima Theater, the Ohel Theater and other theaters. His biography, published in 1969, is titled My Life - My Art. He died in Tel Aviv in October 1974, after having bequeathed his home on 14 Bialik Street and a core collection of his paintings to the city of Tel Aviv. The Rubin Museum opened in 1983. The director and curator of the museum is his daughter-in-law, Carmela Rubin. Rubin's paintings are now increasingly sought after. At a Sotheby's auction in New York in 2007, his work accounted for six of the ten top lots. Along with Yaacov Agam and Menashe Kadishman he is among Israel's best known artists internationally. Education 1912 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 1913-14 École des Beaux Arts, Paris and Académie Colarossi, Paris Select Group Exhibitions Eged - Palestine Painters Group Eged - Palestine Painters Group, Allenby Street, Tel Aviv 1929 Artists: Chana Orloff, Abraham Melnikoff, Rubin, Reuven Nahum Gutman, Sionah Tagger,Arieh Allweil, Jewish Artists Association, Levant Fair, Tel Aviv, 1929 Artists: Ludwig Blum,Eliyahu Sigad, Shmuel Ovadyahu, Itzhak Frenel Frenkel,Ozer Shabat, Menahem Shemi, First Exhibition of ''Hever Omanim'' First Exhibition of ''Hever Omanim'' Steimatzky Gallery, Jerusalem 1936 Artists: Gutman, Nachum Holzman, Shimshon Mokady, Moshe Sima, Miron Rubin, Reuven Steinhardt, Jakob Ben Zvi, Zeev Ziffer, Moshe Allweil, Arieh Group Exhibition Group Exhibition Katz Art Gallery, Tel Aviv 1939 Artists: Avni, Aharon Holzman, Shimshon Gliksberg, Haim Gutman, Nachum Ovadyahu, Shmuel Shorr, Zvi Schwartz, Chaya Streichman, Yehezkel Tagger, Sionah Rubin, Reuven A Collection of Works by Artists of the Land of Israel A Collection of Works by Artists of the Land of Israel The Bezalel National Museum, Jerusalem 1940 Artists: Shemi, Menahem Rubin, Reuven Avni, Aharon Mokady, Moshe Jonas, Ludwig Steinhardt, Jakob Ticho, Anna Krakauer, Leopold Gutman, Nachum Budko, Joseph Ardon, Mordecai Sima, Miron Castel, Moshe Pann, Abel Struck, Hermann Gur Arie, Meir Ben Zvi, Zeev Litvinovsky, Pinchas Artists in Israel for the Defense, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv 1967 Artists: Avraham Binder, Motke Blum, (Mordechai) Samuel Bak, Yosl Bergner, Nahum Gilboa, Jean David, Marcel Janco, Lea Nikel, Jacob Pins, Esther Peretz...
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Abstract 1920s Landscape Prints

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