Calapai, Letterio (1902-1993)
Born in Boston, he was active as an artist/printmaker in Massachusetts in his early years and soon went to new York. He taught in Buffalo, NY and eventually worked outside of Chicago in Glencoe. His early work was quite realistic and he moved to abstraction under the influence of Stanley Hayter.

"8:30 AM Express"
Wood engraving, 1943
5 3/16 in. x 8 1/2 in. (132 mm x 216 mm)
Edition of 27
Unframed

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A superb impression of this exceptional image with large full margins--- illustrated in THE AMERICAN SCENE ON PAPER:Schoen Collection

"Ascent & Descent"
Aquatint, c. 1948
11 7/8 in. x 19 5/8 in. (302 mm x 498 mm)
No stated edition(Artist's Proof)
Unframed

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"Labor in a Diesel Plant"
Wood engraving, 1940
15 3/4 in. x 9 9/16 in. (400 mm x 243 mm)
Edition of 50, Number: A.P.
Framed

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A fine impression of this important image with large margins--nicely framed---other impressions in the LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, METROPOLITAN MUSEUM, WOLFSONIAN MUSEUM, and pictured in ARTISTS FOR VICTORY


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