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Albert L. Groll

Groll was born in 1866 and raised in New York City. He studied art in Minneapolis and various art academies in Europe. After returning to New York in 1895, he maintained a studio in the city and established himself as an East Coast artist. In 1905 Groll went west to Arizona and New Mexico where he created drawings, paintings, and etchings of the desert. In Laguna Pueblo the Indians called him Chief Bald-Head-Eagle Eye because of his alluring desert landscapes. In 1910, he was elected to the National Academy of Design and later became a member of the Taos Society of Artists. Groll's work is included in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Butler Institute, San Francisco Museum, Metropolitan Art Museum, Boston Fine Arts Museum, New Mexico Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, San Diego Museum, Whitney Museum, and the Smithsonian Institution among many others. He died in New York City in 1952 at the age of 86.



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Albert L. Groll

American (1866-1952)
Superstition Mountain, Arizona
10-3/4 x 14-7/8 in.

Etching, 1930, edition 100. Signed and titled in pencil. In very good condition printed on wove paper with a watermark. The margins are adequate but irregular, suggesting they have been trimmed. Illustrated in Contemporary American Prints, 1931, pl.30, American Art Dealers Association.


$450.
Superstition Mountain, Arizona



Albert L. Groll

American (1866-1952)
The Lone Cedar, New Mexico
8 x 10 in.

Etching, c.1910, edition about 100. Signed and titled in pencil. In excellent condition printed on wove paper with large margins, probably full.


$350.
The Lone Cedar, New Mexico



Albert L. Groll

American (1866-1952)
Lake Louise, Canada
7 x 9 in.

Etching, c.1925, edition about 100. Signed in pencil. An excellent impression with adequate margins other than some paper loss in the top margin, and minor light discoloration in the surrounding margins, not affecting the image. Printed on cream-colored wove paper. In this image Victoria Glacier can be seen in the background. On his travels to the Northwest, Groll, did oils and etchings of regions in Montana, Alberta, and British Columbia.


$300.
Lake Louise, Canada



Albert L. Groll

American (1856-1952)
The Temples of New Mexico
7 x 9-7/8 in.

Etching, 1930, edition 100. Signed and titled in pencil. In very good condition other than some light toning in the outer margins and minor hinge stains in the corners of the upper margin. Printed on wove paper with large margins.


$300.
The Temples of New Mexico



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