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BERNARD ROSENQUIT   (1923-1991)
Bernard Rosenquit (1923-1991) came to New York City with his mother in 1929; he graduated from the School of Industrial Art. During World War II he enlisted in the Army and in1946 he returned to New York and went to the Art Students League. Throughout his career he lived in New York and made the city a primary subject. He drew its characters, both human and animal, with irony and affection. He recognized the surrealism of its vistas and, with great care, he recorded landmarks Washington Square Park.
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City Park, Strolling, 1948



Winter's Walk, 1948



Seated Woman with Guitar, 1948



Young Woman in Mini Skirt, 1984



Washington Square, NYC, 1950



Torso, 1985



Stuffed Owl, 1970



Iguana, 1970



People at Lunch, 1985



Follies Bergiere: Finale, La Cage, 1985



Follies Bergiere: Finale, La Cage, 1985



Follies Bergiere: Finale, La Cage, 1985



Follies Bergiere: Finale, La Cage, 1985



Follies Bergiere: Finale, La Cage, 1985



Follies Bergiere: Finale, La Cage, 1985



Balcony, 1950



Billboard, 1950



The Playroom, 1952



Two Oarsmen, 1953



Rooftop Garden, 1953



Nun and Sculpture, 1970



Red Baboon, 1965



Philomela, 1965



Woman with Flowers, 1966



Tightrope Walker, 1970



Woman's Head, 1980



Woman's Head, 1980



Woman's Profile, 1980



Cat and Two Women, 1988



Paris Rooftops (Paris Nocturne), 1985