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Chet Harmon LaMore

LaMore is well known as a social realism and industrial landscape artist. His complete works include paintings. sculpture, and the graphic arts. He was born on a tobacco farm in Dane County, Wisconsin, in 1908, and eventually raised in Madison, Wisconsin. LaMore studied art at the Colt School of Art, Milwaukee, the University of Wisconsin, and Columbia University. In 1933 he moved to Baltimore where he maintained a studio and worked for the Federal Arts Project. Here, he came into contact with other artists such as Aaron Sopher and Mervin Jules. Moving to New York in 1936, LaMore worked for the WPA Graphic Division and became an active member of the New York Artists' Union and their publication, Art Front. After leaving New York in the 1940's, he turned to sculpture and became an art professor at the University of Michigan from 1947-1974.



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Chet Harmon LaMore

American (1908-1980)
Open Hearth Furnace
12 x 12-1/8 in.

Lithograph, 1936, edition 31/35. Signed and numbered in pencil. Full margins.


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Open Hearth Furnace



Chet Harmon LaMore

American (1908-1980)
Refugees
10 x 13-3/4 in.

Lithograph, c.1940, probably an edition of 50 or less. Initialed on the stone, lower left. Printed on wove paper with a watermark, Rives, visible in the top left corner of the paper.


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