Paramour Fine Arts

Lowengrund, Margaret

(1902-1957)

Important artist who actively promoted printmaking in Woodstock and New York city
All artwork is signed by the artist unless otherwise stated in the description.

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"14th Street"  (New York)

"14th Street" (New York)

Etching, 1935
13 3/4 in. x 9 7/8 in. (349 mm x 251 mm)
No stated edition
Unframed

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A fine impression of this interesting New York perspective with slight toning from an old mat outside of the image

"Girl in the Hay"

"Girl in the Hay"

Color lithograph, 1939
13 1/4 in. x 13 1/2 in. (337 mm x 343 mm)
No stated edition
Unframed

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A fine impression with large margins dedicated " To Sid from Margaret Lowengrund---illustrated in AMERICAN ART TODAY for the1939 New York World's fair.

"Interior of a Brickyard"

"Interior of a Brickyard"

Color lithograph, c. 1935-43
15 in. x 11 3/8 in. (381 mm x 289 mm)
Edition of c.25
Unframed

Availability: In Stock
Price: $2500 (On hold)

A fine impression of this excellent work related subject with good margins---done for the NYC-WPA with their stamp lower left---an additional impression is in the collection of the DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS

"Newcomers Coenties Slip" (NYC)

"Newcomers Coenties Slip" (NYC)

Etching, 1937
8 3/8 in. x 10 1/4 in. (213 mm x 260 mm)
No stated edition
Unframed

Availability: In Stock
Price: $850

A fine impression of this New York city subject with large full margins

"The Parsonage"

"The Parsonage"

Lithograph, 1936
11 1/4 in. x 15 1/4 in. (286 mm x 387 mm)
No stated edition
Unframed

Availability: In Stock
Price: $750

A fine impression with large probably full margins

"Trinity Spire"  (New York)

"Trinity Spire" (New York)

Etching, c. 1927
9 1/8 in. x 7 3/8 in. (232 mm x 187 mm)
No stated edition
Unframed

Availability: In Stock
Price: $750

A fine impression with large margins--a diagonal crease in the lower margin not affecting the image------illustrated in ETCHINGS OF TODAY, 1928