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Harry Sternberg

Born in New York City in 1904, Sternberg studied at the Art Students League, where he learned etching with Harry Wickey. During the 1930's he became involved with silkscreen printing and helped organize the silkscreen group that formed the Workshop School on Tenth Street in Manhattan. Receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1936, Sternberg proceeded to work and record his images of the coal mines and steel mills in Pennsylvania. During World War II, he was outspoken against Fascism and war, producing impressive prints showing his reactions. Sternberg is considered one of the leading American graphic artists in the field of "social consciousness."



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Harry Sternberg

American (1904-2001)
Enough
14-7/8 x 11-3/4 in.

Aquatint, 1947, edition 250. Moore 191. Signed in pencil.


$950.
Enough



Harry Sternberg

American (1904-2001)
Coal Miners
8 x 10-3/4 in.

Lithograph printed in color, 1936, edition about 30 or less. Moore 139. Signed in pencil. Printed on wove paper with full margins.


$2500.
Coal Miners



Harry Sternberg

American (1904-2001)
The Dance
4-1/2 x 9-1/4 in.

Aquatint, 1937, edition about 25 or less. Moore 125. Signed in pencil. Rubber stamp of the "Federal Art Project, WPA, NYC," in the lower margin, left. Printed on wove paper with a watermark, BLK. An excellent impression with large margins, probably full. Sheet size: 8 x 11-1/2 in.


$750.
The Dance



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