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Albert Heckman

Heckman was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania in 1893, and studied at the Leipzig Institute of Graphic Arts in Germany. Soon after he joined the faculty of Hunter College as an Assistant Professor and remained there until his retirement to Woodstock in 1958. Heckman was an early member of the art colony at Woodstock and ran a summer art school during the 1930's under the sponsorship of Columbia Teachers College. Lithography became his main endeavor and many of the neighboring towns near Woodstock, such as Kingston, Glasco, Poughkeepsie, and Eddyville were his favorite subjects. Heckman was frequently included in Whitney Museum exhibitions from 1933 to 1956 and in other important national shows. During the 1950's to 1960's his work became more abstract and his favorite mediums were oil, water color and ink.



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Albert Heckman

American (1893-1971)
Tree Trunks
13-3/4 x 19 in.

Lithograph printed in color, c.1940, edition 25. Signed, titled, and edition noted in pencil. Printed on wove paper with watermark, Rives. Full margins.


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Albert Heckman

American (1893-1971)
Fruit Forms
9-3/4 x 16 in.

Lithograph printed in color, c.1935-1940, edition 250. Signed in pencil. Full margins.


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Fruit Forms



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