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Cecil Crosley Bell Art

American, 1906-1970

Cecil Crosley Bell was born on July 15, 1906, in Seattle. Bell studied printmaking at the Art Institute of Chicago before moving to New York to study at the Art Students League with John Sloan. Bell remained in New York, eventually settling in Staten Island with his wife. Most of his paintings depict famous locations around New York City. Bell died in New York in 1970. Largely unknown during his lifetime, in 1973 a retrospective of his work was held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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NYC EL American Scene Social Realism Mid 20th Century Modern WPA Era Figurative
By Cecil Crosley Bell
Located in New York, NY
NYC EL American Scene Social Realism Mid 20th Century Modern WPA Era Figurative Cecil Bell (1906 – 1970) Street Life Under the EL 22 x 30 inches Oil on canvas, c. 1930s Signed upper...
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1930s American Realist Cecil Crosley Bell Art

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Canvas, Oil

EAST RIVER SWIMMERS
By Cecil Crosley Bell
Located in Portland, ME
Bell, Cecil. EAST RIVER SWIMMERS. Lithograph, 1937. Edition of 20. Signed and dated by the artist's widow. 10 1/4 x 14 3/4 inches, 260 x 375 mm. (image), 1...
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1930s Cecil Crosley Bell Art

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Lithograph

SELF-PORTRAIT
By Cecil Crosley Bell
Located in Portland, ME
Bell, Cecil C. SELF PORTRAIT. Drypoint with pencil highlights, 1931. 16 X 12 inches. Titled and signed in pencil, and with Bell's drystamp in the margin, lower left. In excellent con...
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20th Century American Realist Cecil Crosley Bell Art

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Drypoint

Snow and Gray Sky with Rusty
By Cecil Crosley Bell
Located in Missouri, MO
Cecil Crosley Bell "Snow and Gray Sky with Rusty" c. 1950 Oil on Panel Signed Lower Right *Original Kraushaar Galleries, New York Label on Verso ** There is another landscape painti...
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1950s American Modern Cecil Crosley Bell Art

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Panel, Oil

The Blind Peanut Vendor
By Cecil Crosley Bell
Located in Missouri, MO
Cecil C. Bell "The Blind Peanut Vendor" 1958 Oil on Panel Signed; Titled & Dated Verso Panel Size: approx. 14 x 18 inches Framed Size: approx 21.25 x 25.25 inches Cecil Bell was b...
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1950s American Modern Cecil Crosley Bell Art

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Wood Panel, Oil

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Street in Smyrna
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Janine
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