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Harry Shokler

Shokler was a painter, printmaker, teacher, and writer, born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He taught at the Brooklyn Museum School, and was a member of the National Serigraph Society, American Color Print Society, and the Artists League of America. Shokler was well known as a WPA artist in New York City for his silk-screen printmaking, as well as being the author of, Artists Manual for Silkscreen Printmaking. He has exhibited works at the National Academy of Design, San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. His works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Syracuse Museum of Fine Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Newark Museum, Carnegie Institute, Princeton Print Club, and others.



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Harry Shokler

American (1896-1978)
Promenade, Brooklyn Heights
10 x 15-1/4 in.

Screen print, 1943, edition limited but unknown. Signed in ink, lower right.


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Promenade, Brooklyn Heights



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