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Foundry. 1938. Lithograph. 16 x 10 1/4 (sheet 20 3/16 x 14 1/2). Edition 40, #6. A rich impression oncream wove paper with full margins. Signed and numbered in pencil. $1,250. Another proof printed in colors. Edition 25, #17.Signed and numbered in pencil. $1,950.
The Ginza. c. 1950. Color serigraph. 15 x 21. Edition 30, #26. Affixed to a backing board. "The Ginza" referrs to the Japanese shopping district, much like Manhattan's Fifth Avenue. $175.
BORN: Buffalo, New York, December 15, 1908.
EDUCATION: Albright Art School, Buffalo; Harvard College [A.B. 1930]; painting with Leger and Ozenfant in Paris ; fresco (with Rico Lebrun) under Galimberti in Rome ; lithography with Emil Ganso ; composition with Hans Hoffman ; plastic paint-ing techniques with Jose Guttierez in Mexico .
TEACHING: Boston Museum School of Art, fresco [1937, 1938]; University of Buffalo, fresco and Italian art ; Vassar College, Professor of Art [1939, 1946-74].
AWARDS: Bacon Traveling Fellowship, Harvard University [1931-33]; Empire State Architects Award for mural painting ; Society of American Artists, American Artists Group Prize , Knobloch Prize ; Fulbright Grant, Japan [1957-58]; Silvermine Guild of Artists, Fairfield Award ; State Department Cultural Exchange grant, South Ameri-ca ; Vassar Faculty Fellowships [1951, 1963,
1968]. MEMBER: Society of American Graphic Artists. LISTED: Who's Who in American Art; Who's Who in America. ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS: Busch
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