SERIGRAPHS   (October, 2017, through February, 2018)
This group of Mid-Century American Serigraphs coincides with the exhibition Serigraphy: The Rise of Screenprinting in America, at the Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. Both include work by ADOLF DEHN, HUGO GELLERT, HARRY GOTTLIEB, CHARLES KELLER, MERVIN JULES, HUGH MESIBOV, and HARRY SHOULBERG, and both feature prints by ANTHONY VELONIS, who was instrumental in introducing the medium first to Mayor La Guardia's Poster Project, then the WPA, and then the US Army. The Rutgers show is on view through February 11, 2018, and is curated by Nicole Simpson.
Works are in good to very good condition; exceptions are noted. Prices are subject to change and do not include frames, sales tax, or shipping.
Occasionally additional pieces will be added, at top of list.

Anna Barry (1907-2001, Mrs. Ira Moskovitz) Navajo Yei Bei Chai, 1945, about

Will Barnet, The New Toy (also known as Go-Go), 1947

Mervin Jules, Art the Gallery, 1940

Mervin Jules, Autumn, 1940, about

Gena Pettit, Seated Figure, 1945

Hugh Mesibov, Structure, 1952

Riva Helfond, Children Skating,

Leonard Pytlak, Night Catch, Gloucester (MA), 1936-39

Eugene Morley (Strongman), 1940, about

Charles Keller, Wall Newspaper, 1943-45

Adolf Dehn, The Great God Pan, 1940

Wayne Larabee, Hillside, 1940, about

William Gropper, (Choral Group), 1938

Harry Gottlieb, (The Catch) , 1938

Harry Shoulberg 1903-1995), Still Life, 1945

Harry Sternberg, Moses Soyer, 1944

Harry Sternberg, Mervin Jules, 1944

Harry Sternberg, Salvador Dali, 1944

Anthony Velonis, Art for the Subways, 1937

Anthony Velonis, Local Stop, 1939

Anthony Velonis, Castle Garden, 1937

Anthony Velonis, Side Street (NYC), 1939

Anthony Velonis, 6:30 PM (NYC), 1938

Anthony Velonis, Listener's Room, 1944