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AMERICAN MODERNISM 1915 – 1985


Cover : Ralph De Burgos (American, 1906-1979) The Eyes Have It, 1972 Acrylic painting on canvas 36 Âź H. x 36 W. inches Signed and titled on verso Page 2: Milton Avery (American, 1885-1965) Tender Trees, 1955 Oil, crayon, and watercolor on paper 23 1/8 H. x 17 Âź W. inches Signed and dated upper left: Milton Avery 1955


Frederick Buchholz (American, 1901-1983) Untitled, circa 1927 Oil on canvas 16 H. x 12 W. inches


Exhibition Checklist Milton Avery, Tender Trees, 1955, oil, crayon, and watercolor on paper, 23 1/8 H. x 17 ¼ W. inches Milton Avery, Inlets, 1957, ink on paper, 11 H. x 8 ½ W. inches Ernest Briggs, Interiors, 1979, oil on canvas, 40 H. x 31 ¾ W. inches Frederick Buchholz, Untitled, c. 1927, oil on canvas, 16 H. x 12 W. inches Frederick Buchholz, Untitled, 1927, oil on canvas, 30 H. x 20 W. inches Fritz Bultman, Dialogue of the Hills, 1957, oil and pencil on panel, 18 H. x 22 ¾ W. inches John Chamberlain, Sliced Aluminum, 1992, mailbox, paint, 12 ¾ H. x 20 7/8 W. x 12 ¼ D. inches Ralph De Burgos, The Eyes Have It, 1972, acrylic painting on canvas, 37 H. x 37 ¼ W. inches Jose De Creeft, Ecstasy, 1956, alabaster, 15 H. x 15 W. x 10 D. inches Robert Engman, Three Warped Circles, 1985, bronze, green patina, marble base, 27 H. x 20 ¾ W. x 23 ½ D. in. Marsden Hartley, Lemons and Oranges, 1929, oil on academy board, 13 H. x 21 ½ W. inches Bertram Hartman, Shoreline at Stonington, on Deer Isle, Maine, 1927, oil on canvas, 16 ½ H. x 20 ¾ W. in. Walt Kuhn, Young Woman with Crown and Cornucopia, 1937, oil on canvas, 40 H. x 30 W. inches John Marin, City Movement, 1940, watercolor on paper, 10 ½ x 15 inches Clement Meadmore, Branching Out, 1981, bronze on lucite base, 5 ¼ H. x 8 W. x 6 ½ D. inches Seymour Meyer, The Kiss, c. 1970, polished bronze, 20 ¼ H. x 7 ¼ W. x 7 3/8 D. inches Elie Nadelman, The Bull, 1915, bronze with brown patina, 6 5/8 H. x 11 ¼ W. x 3 ½ D. inches Louise Nevelson, Young Tree XXIV, 1971, wood assemblage, 19 ¾ H. x 6 ¾ W. x 5 ¾ D. inches Louise Nevelson, Dark Cryptic XLIII, 1976, black painted wood, 4 H. x 10 W. x 8 ½ D. inches Louise Nevelson, Untitled (Day Stops), c. 1945, pencil on paper, 12 H. x 9 W. inches Louise Nevelson, Head, c. 1945, cast tattistone and pigment, 6 1/8 x 8 ½ W. x 5 3/8 D. inches Phillip Pavia, Untitled, 1971, marble, limestone, & granite on a wood base, 14 H. x 12 W. x 12 D. inches Beverly Pepper, Untitled, c. 1970, steel and enamel, 6 H. x 6 ½ W. x 4 ¾ inches Irene Rice Pereira, Untitled, 1956, gouache on paper, 7 ¾ H. x 5 1/3 W. inches Sewell Sillman, The Palace (Version 2), 1961, oil on masonite, 33 ¾ H. x 45 W. inches Sewell Sillman, Red, c. 1958, oil on masonite, 18 H. x 36 W. inches Sewell Sillman, Green, c. 1958, oil on masonite, 21 ½ H. x 28 W. inches Sewell Sillman, Sketch: Thing in Itself, 1970, acrylic on canvas, 33 ¾ x 33 ¾ inches Sewell Sillman, Study for: Eclipse (Autumnal), 1971, acrylic on canvas, 31 ¼ x 31 ¼ inches Kimber Smith, Face with Pink Background, 1980, acrylic on canvas, 24 H. x 22 W. inches Kimber Smith, Red Rose, 1980, acrylic on canvas, 36 H. x 12 W. inches Kimber Smith, Silver Sun, 1967, acrylic on canvas, 28 H. x 24 W. inches Kimber Smith, Untitled, 1971, acrylic on canvas, 24 H. x 8 W. inches Kimber Smith, Mediterranean, 1979, acrylic on canvas, 10 H. x 13 W. inches Kimber Smith, Untitled (Study for M.G.S.), 1972, watercolor on paper, 19 7/8 H. x 14 7/8 W. inches Theodore Stamos, Untitled, 1956, oil on canvas, 54 H. x 48 W. inches Benedict Tatti, Head, c. 1960, marble, 11 ¾ H. x 5 ½ W. x 6 ½ D. inches Benedict Tatti, Scrap Assemblage, c. 1960’s, steel and paint, 24 H. x 8 ½ W. x 7 D. inches Benedict Tatti, Totem, c. 1955, white Vermont marble with wood base, 49 x 5 ½ x 2 ¼ inches Helen Torr, Veneer and Grapes, 1930-1931, oil on board, 27 H. x 19 7/8 W. inches Wheeler Williams, Flight of the Arrow, 1939, gilt bronze (unique), 23 ¾ H. x 21 ½ W. x 8 ½ D. inches William Zorach, Sleeping Cat, bronze mounted on wood base, 2 3/8 H. x 6 3/8 W. x 5 D. inches William Zorach, The Dream, 1949, pink marble, 9 H. x 12 W. x 5 ¼ D. inches


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition: MODERNIST AMERICAN PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE 1915 to 1985 Held at Graham Shay 1857, May 1 - June 28, 2019

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Graham Shay American Modernism 1915-1985  

An exhibition catalogue including works from our exhibition American Modernism 1915-1985, this exhibition includes works of art from two per...

Graham Shay American Modernism 1915-1985  

An exhibition catalogue including works from our exhibition American Modernism 1915-1985, this exhibition includes works of art from two per...

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