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Aaron Bohrod Art

American, 1907-1992
Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life, which comprised most of Bohrod's early work. Under Sloan's tutelage, Bohrod came to subscribe to the belief that painters should find the subjects of their art in the immediate world around them. These paintings emphasized architecture unique to north Chicago and featured Chicagoans engaged in such everyday activities as working, playing or going to the theatre. The romantic aspect was conveyed by the use of misty colors, and the realism by attention to detail. In 1936, Bohrod won the Guggenheim Fellowship award in creative painting. It enabled him to travel the United States, producing similar regionalist paintings on a much broader range of subjects. Nevertheless, most of his early work centered on Chicago and the urban Midwest. In 1943, Bohrod was commissioned by editors of Life magazine to cover the battlefronts as a war correspondent and artist. Three years later, Bohrod was invited to become the Artist in Residence at the University of Wisconsin, a position that became vacant with the unexpected death of John Steuart Curry. He would remain at the University from 1948 to his retirement in 1973. Then, quite atypically, fantasy started to appear in his work. Elements of Surrealism, supposedly inspired by his concurrent involvement in ceramics with F. Carlton Ball, began influencing his landscapes. By 1953, Bohrod had completely ceased painting landscapes, turning instead to often symbolic still-life subjects. He abandoned his earlier romantic realism to paint in the luminous trompe l'oeil tradition of William Harnett. Bohrod continued to produce these meticulously crafted fantasies exclusively. While in his position at the University of Wisconsin, Bohrod painted covers for Time magazine and authored two books, A Pottery Sketch-book (1959) and A Decade of Still Life (1966), in which are produced many of his trompe l'oeil paintings.
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Artist: Aaron Bohrod
Chicago/Wisconsin Artist Aaron Bohrod Oil Painting, circa 1940s, Shop Windows
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Aaron Bohrod (1907-1992) oil on gesso panel. Titled: “Shop Windows,” circa 1946. Measures: 16" H x 20" W. Frame measures: 23" H x 27" W. In excellent condition. Aaron Bohrod (1907...
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Mid-20th Century Aaron Bohrod Art

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Standing Female Nude
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Standing Female Nude Ink on paper Signed by the artist with his initials lower left "AB" Related to numerous drawings of the same model illustrated in: Elliott and Wooden, Aaron Bohr...
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1950s American Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Ink

"Knight Horrors" Aaron Bohrod, Realism, Surrealism, Dream, Nightmare Monsters
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Knight Horrors, 1985 Signed lower left Oil on gesso panel 12 x 16 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

"The Magnificent Seven" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Numbers, Text
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod The Magnificent Seven, 1990 Signed lower right Oil on gesso panel 11 x 14 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

"Nodders" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Surrealism, Dreaming
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Nodders, 1986 Signed upper left Oil on gesso panel 12 x 16 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

"Golden Girls" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Television Show
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Golden Girls, 1987 Signed lower right Oil on gesso panel 9 x 12 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

"Gallimaufry" Aaron Bohrod, Realism, Surrealism, Charlie Brown, Buddha, Gnome
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Gallimaufry, 1989 Signed on the right Oil on gesso panel 14 x 11 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regio...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Complementary Angels" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Putti
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Complementary Angels, 1977 Signed lower center Oil on gesso panel 16 x 12 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1970s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

"Baa-Relief" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Sheep, Lamb
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Baa-Relief, 1986 Signed lower left Oil on gesso panel 8 x 10 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

"Autobiography" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Cars, Realism, Motoring
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Autobiography, 1991 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 12 x 16 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Multibulls" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Cows and Animals Still Life
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Multibulls, 1990 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 12 x 24 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regiona...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Footnotes" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Shoes, Realist Trompe L'oeil Still Life
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Footnotes, 1990 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 20 x 16 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regiona...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Old McDonald's Farm" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Midwestern Rural
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Old McDonald's Farm, 1989 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 14 x 18 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as ...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"The Beginning" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Alphabet Letters, Text
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod The Beginning, 1990 Signed center Oil on gesso board 10 x 8 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalis...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Hippopotami" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, African Safari, Realism Still Life
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Hippopotami, 1990 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 12 x 16 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a region...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Roses are Red" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Colorful Flowers
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Roses are Red, 1991 Signed lower right Oil on gesso panel 8 x 10 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regio...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Double Bill" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Magic Realism, Shakespeare, Theater
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Double Bill, 1990 Signed upper right Oil on gesso panel 9 x 12 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regiona...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Knight After Knight" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Medieval Magic Realism Still Life
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Knight After Knight, 1984 Signed upper left Oil on gesso board 16 x 9 1/2 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized a...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"The Egg and I" Aaron Bohrod, Pun Humor, Yiddish Joke, Realism
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod The Egg and I, 1991 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 11 x 14 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regi...
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1990s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Objets d'Arctic" Aaron Bohrod, Inuit, Polar Bear, Penguin, Winter Still Life
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Objets D'Arctic, 1987 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 14 x 11 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

"Faun and Fawn" Aaron Bohrod, Realist Still Life, Deer and Putti
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod Faun and Fawn, 1984 Signed lower right Oil on gesso board 16 x 12 inches Aaron Bohrod's work has not been limited to one style or medium. Initially recognized as a regionalist painter of American scenes, particularly of his native Chicago, Bohrod later devoted himself to detailed still-life paintings rendered in the trompe l'oeil style. He also worked for several years in ceramics and wrote a book on pottery. Born in 1907, Bohrod began his studies at Chicago's Crane Junior College in 1925, and two years later enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago. But it was at the Art Students League in New York City, from 1930 to 1932, that he studied under the man believed to be his most significant early influence, John Sloan. Sloan's romantic realism is reflected in the many depictions of Chicago life, which comprised most of Bohrod's early work. Under Sloan's tutelage, Bohrod came to subscribe to the belief that painters should find the subjects of their art in the immediate world around them. These paintings emphasized architecture unique to north Chicago and featured Chicagoans engaged in such everyday activities as working, playing or going to the theatre. The romantic aspect was conveyed by the use of misty colors, and the realism by attention to detail. In 1936, Bohrod won the Guggenheim Fellowship award in creative painting...
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1980s Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Board, Oil

Rags and Old Iron oil painting by Aaron Bohrod
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Hudson, NY
Painting measures 16" x 20" and framed 24 ¼" x 28 ¼". Signed "Aaron Bohrod" lower center. About this artist: Aaron Bohrod was known for the range of styles from social realism to la...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Wood Panel

Tree of Life oil painting by Aaron Bohrod
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Hudson, NY
Painting measures 24 ¼" x 12 ¼" and framed 32 ½" x 22 ½". Signed "Aaron Bohrod" lower right. About this artist: Aaron Bohrod was known for the range of styles from social realism to...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Masonite

Gouache on Board Painting Titled "Barbecue Stand", by Aaron Bohrod, circa 1935
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod, 1907-1992 Barbecue Stand, circa 1935 Gouache on board Signed Lower left: “Aaron Bohrod” Inscribed and signed on verso Bohrod-1 Provenance: Private estate, Rhode Island...
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1930s Aaron Bohrod Art

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Gouache

Oil on Masonite Painting Titled "Lobster Shack", by Aaron Bohrod, 1938
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Aaron Bohrod, 1907-1992 Lobster Shack, 1938 Oil on masonite 16 x 20 inches Signed and dated ower left: Aaron Bohrod 1938 Bohrod-3 Provenance: Private estate, Rhode Island, 2004 Am...
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1930s Aaron Bohrod Art

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Masonite, Oil

Three Nudes in a Garden
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Three Nudes in a Garden Graphite, c. 1928-1933 Initialed in pencil lower left (see photo) Illustrated: Elliott & Wooden, Aaron Bohrod: Figure Sketches, Fige 9, page 32 (see photo) A...
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1920s American Modern Aaron Bohrod Art

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Graphite

City Park, Winter
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Fairlawn, OH
City Park, Winter Lithograph, c. 1947 Signed in pencil lower right (see photo) Published by Associated American Artists Printed by George C. Miller, New York Edition: c. 250 In the Bohrod papers at Syracuse University, the artist states that it is a view of Pittsburgh. It depicts the George Washington Monument in Allegheny Commons Park, dedicated in 1891. The sculptor f the monument is Edward Ludwig Albert Pausch (1856-1931). Condition: Excellent Image size: 9 1/4 x 13 7/16 inches Frame size: 19 x 23 inches Provenance: Estate of Adolf Dehn Reference: AAA Index No. 848 Aaron Bohrod (21 November 1907 – 3 April 1992) was an American artist best known for his trompe-l'œil still-life paintings. Education Bohrod was born in Chicago in 1907, the son of an emigree Bessarabian-Jewish grocer. Bohrod studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Art Students League of New York between 1926 and 1930. While at the Art Students League, Bohrod was influenced by John Sloan and chose themes that involved his own surroundings. Career He returned to Chicago in 1930 where he painted views of the city and its working class. He eventually earned Guggenheim Fellowships which permitted him to travel throughout the country, painting and recording the American scene. His early work won him widespread praise as an important social realist and regional painter and printmaker and his work was marketed through Associated American Artists in New York. Bohrod completed three commissioned murals for the Treasury Departments Section of Fine Arts in Illinois; Vandalia in 1935, Galesburg in 1938 and Clinton in 1939. During World War II, Bohrod worked as an artist; first in the Pacific for the United States Army Corps of Engineers' Army War Art Unit...
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1940s American Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Lithograph

Nude on a Stool
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Nude on a Stool Ink on paper, c. 1970-80 Signed in red ink lower right Illustrated: Elliott & Wooden, page 232 A copy of this hardbound books accompanies purchase Condition: Excell...
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1970s American Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Ink

Watercolor Painting Road Signs, Load Limit, Aaron Bohrod WPA Artist Chicago Art
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Surfside, FL
Aaron Bohrod (1907-1992) Listed Wisconsin WPA American Artist Original Watercolor Painting Hand signed "Load Limit Bridge" Dimensions: 24"x18" inches Aaron Bohrod (1907 – 1992) was an American artist best known for his trompe-l'œil still-life paintings. This one presages Pop Art with its depiction of road signs. Bohrod was born in Chicago in 1907, the son of an emigree Bessarabian-Jewish grocer. Bohrod studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Art Students League of New York between 1926 and 1930. While at the Art Students League, Bohrod was influenced by John Sloan and chose themes that involved his own surroundings. He returned to Chicago in 1930 where he painted views of the city and its working class. During the Great Depression, Schwartz became an artist on the Federal Art Project (WPA) payroll painting murals. He was one of the seven WPA artists who contributed to a mural at Riccardo's, Schwartz (Music), Malvin Albright (Sculpture), Ivan Albright (Drama), Aaron Bohrod (Architecture), Rudolph Weisenborn (Literature), Vincent D’Agostino (Painting), and Ric Riccardo (Dance). Many well known Jewish and Immigrant artists worked for the Federal Art's Project (the New Deal) commonly referred to as the WPA, including Berenice Abbott, William Baziotes, William Gropper, Ilya Bolotowsky, Stuart Davis, Adolf Dehn, Ben Shahn and Louis Schanker. In 2002 Chicago philanthropist Seymour H. Persky acquired the murals for his personal collection. He eventually earned a Guggenheim Fellowships which permitted him to travel throughout the country, painting and recording the American scene. His early work won him widespread praise as an important social realist and regional painter and printmaker and his work was marketed through Associated American Artists in New York. Bohrod completed three commissioned murals for the Treasury Departments Section of Fine Arts in Illinois; Vandalia in 1935, Galesburg in 1938 and Clinton in 1939. During World War II, Bohrod worked as an artist; first in the Pacific for the United States Army Corps of Engineers' War Art Unit...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Aaron Bohrod Art

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Watercolor

Nude in a Mirror
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Nude in a Mirror Ink and wash on paper, n.d. Signed in red ink lower right (see photo) Illustrated: Elliott & Wooden, page 153, a monograph on the artist's drawings Note: a cop...
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1960s American Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Ink

Nude Reclining on a Mat
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Nude Reclining on a Mat Ink on paper, n.d. Signed in red ink lower right Same model used in Elliott & Wooden pages 198 and 199 Condition: Excellent Provenance: Estate of the Artist Warren Shaull, Dodge City, KS (collector's stamp verso) Aaron Bohrod (21 November 1907 – 3 April 1992) was an American artist best known for his trompe-l'œil still-life paintings. Education Bohrod was born in Chicago in 1907, the son of an emigree Bessarabian-Jewish grocer. Bohrod studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Art Students League of New York between 1926 and 1930. While at the Art Students League, Bohrod was influenced by John Sloan and chose themes that involved his own surroundings. Career He returned to Chicago in 1930 where he painted views of the city and its working class. He eventually earned Guggenheim Fellowships which permitted him to travel throughout the country, painting and recording the American scene. His early work won him widespread praise as an important social realist and regional painter and printmaker and his work was marketed through Associated American Artists in New York. Bohrod completed three commissioned murals for the Treasury Departments Section of Fine Arts in Illinois; Vandalia in 1935, Galesburg in 1938 and Clinton in 1939. During World War II, Bohrod worked as an artist; first in the Pacific for the United States Army Corps of Engineers' Army War Art Unit...
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Mid-20th Century American Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Ink

Pittsburgh Alleyway
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pittsburgh Alleyway, c. 1946, oil on gouache on paper on “prestwood” (Masonite), 9 x 12 inches, signed lower middle, Bohrod’s original label verso from his gallery at 4811 Tonyawatha...
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1940s American Modern Aaron Bohrod Art

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Mixed Media

Maid in Japan
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Miami, FL
Oil on board Signed lower left Provenance: Everett Oehlschlaeger Galleries, Chicago, IL Exhibited: Everett Oehlschlaeger Galleries, Chicago, IL Ten portraits of plastic toys attach...
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1970s American Realist Aaron Bohrod Art

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Inkjet, Oil

"Industrial Cityscape, Chicago" WPA Modernism Mid-Century Cityscape 20th Century
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in New York, NY
Midwestern Chicago artist Aaron Bohrod painted in 1931 this modernist industrial cityscape during the WPA of the 20th Century. Aaron Bohrod (American 1907 – 1992), Industrial Citysc...
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1930s American Modern Aaron Bohrod Art

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Oil, Board

Walnut Shells
By Aaron Bohrod
Located in Bristol, CT
Original trompe l'oeil signed Aaron Bohrod (LL) entitled Walnut Shells Provenance: The Milch Galleries #21 East 67th Street (label affixed to verso) in acrylic on masonite board Im...
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Mid-20th Century Other Art Style Aaron Bohrod Art

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Masonite, Acrylic, Board

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