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Bernard Brussel-Smith

Bernard Brussel-Smith was born in Greenwich Village, New York City and studied with Fritz Eichenberg at the New School. After further studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia he won a post-graduate scholarship to travel and study abroad. During the mid-1950's he worked with Stanley William Hayter at his Atelier 17 in New York and later in France. Brussel-Smith also taught art at Cooper Union, Brooklyn Museum, Philadelphia Museum, and the National Academy. His work is included in various public collections; the Metropolitan, New York Public Library, Philadelphia Museum, Carnegie Institute, and many others.



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Bernard Brussel-Smith

American (1914-1989)
Steel-Linin' Chant
4-3/4 x 5 in.

Wood engraving, 1945-46, edition 17/110. Raisonne.org 96. Initialed in the block, lower left. Signed, numbered, and titled in pencil. Full margins. From the "Sing of America Series."


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Steel-Linin' Chant



Bernard Brussel-Smith

American (1914-1989)
Allen Street El
4-1/8 x 6 in.

Chiaroscuro wood engraving, 1941, edition 22/140. Raisonne.org 31. Signed and dated in the block, upper right. Signed, dated, numbered, and titled in pencil. Full margins. The image depicts the Allen Street Station of the Second Avenue El in New York. This El was considered the "Gateway to the Lower East Side," before being demolished in 1942.


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Allen Street El



Bernard Brussel-Smith

American (1914-1989)
City Scene II
5-3/4 X 6-3/4 Iin.

Wood engraving, 1949, edition 100. Signed in pencil, lower right. Dedication in pencil, "To Rose x Ben with sincerest wishes." In excellent condition, printed on white wove paper with large margins, probably full.


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City Scene II



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