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Isac Friedlander

Latvian-American (1890-1968)
Performance
12-1/2 x 10 in.

Wood engraving, 1935, edition limited but unknown. Signed and titled in pencil. Printed on laid paper with adequate margins, some old tape stains on the outsides of the top, right, and left margins, away from the image, a repaired tear in the top margin. Other than the above, a very good impression of this scarce print.


$2000.
Performance



Emil Ganso

German-American (1895-1941)
Winter or Winter Scene, Woodstock
9-7/8 x 14-7/8 in.

Etching and aquatint, 1936, edition about 25. Smith (1-177B). Signed in pencil. Rubber stamp of the “Federal Art Project, NYC, WPA,” in the lower left margin. Full margins. Selected for Fine Prints of the Year, 1937, pl.75.


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Winter or Winter Scene, Woodstock



Harry Gottlieb

Romanian-American (1895-1992)
Fisherman's Wharf
13 x 18-1/2 in.

Lithograph, c.1935-43, edition about 25 or less. Signed and titled in pencil. Printed on wove paper with full margins. In good condition, other than an over-all, faint, light toning. Published by the Federal Art Project, WPA, NY. Provenance: Meyer Family Collection, New York Federal Art Project.


$650.
Fisherman's Wharf



Blanche Grambs

American (1916-2010)
Miners Going to Work
9-7/8 x 14-7/8 in.

Aquatint and etching, c.1936-37, edition about 25. Signed and titled in pencil. Rubber stamp of the "Federal Art Project NYC WPA," in the lower margin. In very good condition with full margins. Included in the exhibit of the Meyer Family Collection, New York Federal Art Project, at Buffalo University, NY, 1998. Illustrated in WPA/FAP Graphics, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition, p.12.


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Miners Going to Work



William Gropper

American (1897-1977)
The Stock Market
10 x 14-1/8 in.

Lithograph, c.1930's, probably an edition less than 10. Signed on the stone, lower left and in pencil. In good condition other than some traces of glue mucilage in the corners of the margins, similar to the glue produced by the LePage company. In this cartoon you can see the influence of the French political cartoonist, Daumier. Most of the time Gropper was affectionately called the "Daumier of his day."


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The Stock Market



William Gropper

American (1897-1977)
Relief
10 x 13-7/8 in.

Lithograph, c.1930's, edition about 10 or less. Signed and titled in pencil. A pencil note in the lower left corner, "#3 of 5." Illustrated in A Treasury of American Prints, Thomas Craven, 1939, pl.49. In good condition other than some traces of glue mucilage in the corners of the margins, including the right margin, similar to the glue produced by the LePage company. The man seated at the table emulates graft and greed along with the hog, food, and drink on the table. The artist, in this cartoon, shows there will be little left of the relief money going to the farmers.


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Relief
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