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(Interior with Five Men)
Located in New York, NY
The always fashionable Bernard sanders draws a mysterious spaces with well-dressed gentlemen. Signed in pencil.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Figurative Prints

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Drypoint

(Fantastic City)
Located in New York, NY
This extravagant subject is a clear exception in the oeuvre of Bernard Sanders. Signed in pencil; interestingly signed in the plate at the upper right as though it was part of the co...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

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Etching

Dancers
Located in New York, NY
Sander's interiors are always intriguing. This work also reads as a stage with a dance; it recalls the Porch of the Maidens at the Erectheum at the Acropolis in Athens. There of cour...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

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Drypoint

My Room
Located in New York, NY
Sanders was very careful to make sure this subject was at his home at 2020 Grand Avenue in the Bronx. Signed in pencil.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

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Etching

Maggie
Located in New York, NY
This was made for the Stephen Crane story, Maggie, Girl of the Streets. It is printed on blue paper and signed in the plate at the lower left.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

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Etching

George Washington Bridge Under Construction (from New York City)
Located in New York, NY
Clearly a view from New York City across the Hudson River to the New Jersey Palisades, this small format packs a wallop! Construction of the bridge was begun in 1927 and this scene i...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

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Etching

Bethesda Fountain, Central Park, NYC
Located in New York, NY
Such a delicate and yet immediate view of a classic Central Park landmark.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

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Etching

Man at Piano
Located in New York, NY
For a print that's nearly one hundred years old it feels very contemporary. Signed and titled in pencil. Besides the etching I think there is some false biting that adds tone here.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

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Etching

Sledding in Central Park, NYC
Located in New York, NY
Signed in pencil. This scene is a hundred years old but if we have snow this year it can easily be recreated.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

Materials

Drypoint

Boy in the woods
Located in New York, NY
There's so often a mysterious or evocative atmosphere that permeates Sander's work. Signed in pencil; titled in lower margin in pencil.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Landscape Prints

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Etching

Head of Girl
Located in New York, NY
For a print that's nearly one hundred years old it feels very contemporary. Signed in pencil; titled in lower margin in pencil.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

Materials

Drypoint

Bird on Piano
Located in New York, NY
Sander's interiors are always intriguing. This one certainly is. Signed in pencil.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

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Drypoint

Watermelon
Located in New York, NY
Sanders makes this subject seem very contemporary. Signed in pencil.
Category

Early 20th Century American Modern Interior Prints

Materials

Etching, Drypoint

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H 5.75 in. W 7.63 in.

Bernard Sanders For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, there are several options of bernard sanders available for sale. Finding the perfect Modern examples of these works for your space is difficult — today, we have a vast range of variations and more on offer. Bernard sanders available on 1stDibs span a range of colors that includes beige, brown, gray and more. Each of these unique pieces was handmade with extraordinary care, with artists most often working in etching, drypoint and engraving. Some bernard sanders are too large for some spaces — a variety of smaller iterations, measuring # 3 inches across, are available.

How Much are Bernard Sanders?

Prices for pieces in our collection of bernard sanders start at $300 and top out at $1,500 with the average selling for $600.

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