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Artist: Reynaldo Luza
"Grove of Palms" 1950 Watercolor for Town & Country Magazine
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original watercolour for Town & Country Magazine c1950 by Peruvian born, fashion illustrator, Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978) Art Sz: 6"H x 4 1/2"W Frame Sz: 14"H x 11"W w/ gilt bamboo...
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1950s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Watercolor

"Palm Tree Outside Cottage Window" 1950 Watercolor by Reynaldo Luza
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original illustration commissioned for Town & Country Magazine c1950 by noted Peruvian artist, Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978) Art Sz: 6"H x 5"W Frame Sz: 14"H x 11"W w/ gilt bamboo fra...
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1950s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Gouache

Revillon Freres: Woman in a Black Fur Cape
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in New York, NY
Original lithograph, produced as part of a portfolio of images by Reynaldo Luza for the Parisian fur house, Revillon Freres. Paris, Draeger for Revillo...
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1920s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Paper

Revillon Freres: Woman in fur cape with starry background
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in New York, NY
Original lithograph, produced as part of a portfolio of images by Reynaldo Luza for the Parisian fur house, Revillon Freres. Paris, Draeger for Revill...
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1920s Art Deco Reynaldo Luza Art

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Paper

Yellow Bikini
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original c1950s watercolour by Peruvian born/ fashion illustrator, Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978) for Town & Country Magazine depicting a yellow bikini clad '...
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1950s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Watercolor

Revillon Freres: Woman in a Draped Fur Coat
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in New York, NY
Original lithograph, produced as part of a portfolio of images by Reynaldo Luza for the Parisian fur house, Revillon Freres. Paris, Draeger for Revillo...
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1920s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Paper

Gold Woman Wearing White Fur Coat
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in New York, NY
Luza, Reynaldo. Trade Catalogue. This plate: Woman in gold wearing white, striped fur coat with large collar, on black background. Paris, Draeger for Revi...
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1920s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Paper

Seated Woman in Pink Bathing Suit by Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978)
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original artwork for Town & Country magazine by Peruvian fashion illustrator, Reynaldo Luza c1950 Art Sz: 6"H x 4 1/4"W Frame Sz: 14 1/4"H x 11"W w/ gi...
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1950s Reynaldo Luza Art

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Gouache

Original Gouache Artwork for Town and Country Magazine by Reynaldo Luza circa 19
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original gouache artwork for Town & Country magazine circa 1950 by Peruvian fashion illustrator, Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978), pre-eminent fashion artist, wa...
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Mid-20th Century Other Art Style Reynaldo Luza Art

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Watercolor

Original Illustration Artwork circa 1950 Lady Sunbathing by Pool
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original watercolour for Town & Country Magazine c1950 by Peruvian fashion illustrator, Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978) Art Sz: 6 1/2"H x 5"W Frame Sz: 13"H x...
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Mid-20th Century Other Art Style Reynaldo Luza Art

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Gouache

Original Artwork for Town & Country Magazine circa 1950 Chic Sunbather with Blue
By Reynaldo Luza
Located in Bristol, CT
Original watercolour for Town & Country magazine c1950 by Peruvian fashion illustrator, Reynaldo Luza (1893-1978) Art Sz: 6 1/2"H x 5"W Frame Sz: 13'H x...
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Mid-20th Century Other Art Style Reynaldo Luza Art

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Watercolor

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Chaim Gross Mid Century Mod Judaica Jewish Watercolor Painting Rabbis WPA Artist
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Chaim Gross (American, 1904-1991) Watercolor painting Rabbinical Talmudic Discussion Hand signed 17 x 29 framed, paper 10 x 22 Chaim Gross (March 17, 1904 – May 5, 1991) was an American modernist sculptor and educator. Gross was born to a Jewish family in Austrian Galicia, in the village of Wolowa (now known as Mezhgorye, Ukraine), in the Carpathian Mountains. In 1911, his family moved to Kolomyia (which was annexed into the Ukrainian USSR in 1939 and became part of newly independent Ukraine in 1991). When World War I ended, Gross and brother Avrom-Leib went to Budapest to join their older siblings Sarah and Pinkas. Gross applied to and was accepted by the art academy in Budapest and studied under the painter Béla Uitz, though within a year a new regime under Miklos Horthy took over and attempted to expel all Jews and foreigners from the country. 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