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Adolf Dehn

Born in Waterville, Minnesota, in 1895, Dehn studied at the Minneapolis Art Institute and the Art Students League. Traveling to Europe in the early 1920's, he studied lithography with the French printer, Edmond Desjobert, enabling Dehn to project more tonal quality in his prints. Receiving two Guggenheim Fellowships, he traveled to Haiti and Mexico, where his compositions became larger in scale and simpler in form. Credited with more than 300 prints, his art contains landscapes, satirical works, and the depiction of human nature.



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Adolf Dehn

American (1895-1968)
Central Park Winter or Snow in Central Park
14-7/8 x 23-5/8 in.

Lithograph printed in three colors, 1965, edition 150. Lumsdaine/O'Sullivan 628. Signed and titled in pencil. Frame: 24-1/2 x 32-1/2 in.


$1200.
Central Park Winter or Snow in Central Park



Adolf Dehn

American (1895-1968)
Women of Jaipur
19-1/8 x 15 in.

Lithograph in four colors, 1961, edition 8/25, plus artist's proofs. Lumsdaine/O'Sullivan 576. Signed, dated, numbered, and titled in pencil. An excellent image with bold coloring, printed on wove paper with a watermark, BFK Rives. Full margins.


$700.
Women of Jaipur



Adolf Dehn

American (1895-1968)
Cornucopia and Her Pestilential Sister-Famine
12-7/8 x 17-1/4 in.

Lithograph, 1949, edition 25/30, plus artist's proofs. Lumsdaine/O'Sullivan 450. Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil. In very good condition printed on wove paper with large margins, probably full.


$400.
Cornucopia and Her Pestilential Sister-Famine



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