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Born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1911, Landon, dropped out of high school to enroll in the Hartford Art School, and eventually moved to Greenwich Village in New York to study at the Art Students League. One of the important artists he would be indebted to was Arthur Dove, who encouraged his venture into the art of abstraction. In 1939, Landon was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to work on Non-Objective Painting. He eventually became intrigued with the silkscreen process and turned away from painting, helping to organize the group known as the National Serigraph Society. He served as its president and helped with exhibitions, lectures, and demonstrations. Landon is credited with more than 240 silkscreen prints and is recognized as one of the most outstanding and accomplished silkscreen printmakers of his time. Some of his notable abstract prints are, "Arrangement with Blue Major," inspired by his love of music; "Nothing Begins, Nothing Ends," and "Time Silhouette," relating to his studies of Nordic cultures.



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Edward Landon

American (1911-1984)
Nothing Begins, Nothing Ends
9 x 12 in.

Screen print, 1951, edition 29/30. Ryan 140. Signed, dated, numbered, and titled in pencil.


$500.
Nothing Begins, Nothing Ends



Edward Landon

American (1911-1984)
Still Life IV
9-5/8 x 11-1/4 in.

Screen print, 1963, edition 22/25. Ryan 185. Signed, numbered, and titled in pencil.


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Still Life IV



Edward Landon

American (1911-1984)
Himself
2-1/2 x 2 in.

Screen print, c.1970?s, edition 50. Signed, titled, and edition noted in pencil.


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Himself



Edward Landon

American (1911-1984)
Interim
2 x 2 in.

Screen print, c.1970?s, edition 25. Signed, titled, and edition noted in pencil.


$125.
Interim



Edward Landon

American (1911-1984)
Welcome Aboard
2 x 2 in.

Screen print, c.1970?s, edition 25. Signed, titled, and edition noted in pencil.


$125.
Welcome Aboard



Edward Landon

American (1911-1984)
Lost
2 x 2 in.

Screen print, c.1970?s, edition 25. Signed, titled, and edition noted in pencil.


$125.
Lost



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