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Exceptional southwest still life oil painting by
Margaret D. Moore Ewert\n(American, 20th c.)\n\nExhibited still life oil painting by American artist Margaret Ewert.\nMargaret D. Moore Ewert painted in the American southwest, painting landscapes, still life paintings,\nand figurative paintings of the Southwest. She studied at the Art Institute of Chicago in the early 1930s\nand exhibited there in 1931 and 1933.\nThis work, titled 'Desert Lily' and bears an exhibition label from being shown at the\nChicago Artists Fortieth Annual Exhibition in 1936.\n\nOil on canvas\n1930s\n\nMeasurements\n29.5" x 23.5" sight size, and 33.5" x 27.5" x 2" overall including framing.\n\nNotes \nSigned\nHoused in a quality carved frame\nProvenance: Exhibited Chicago Artists Fortieth Annual Exhibition in 1936\n\nCondition\nExcellent condition. The Modern Art Exchange
Samuel Gottscho, ex-Atlantic Richfield collection photo
Samuel Gottscho\n(New York, 1875-1971)\n'Italian Line Lounge' - Still life photograph\nEdition: 46/250\nDye transfer photograph\n1939 (reprinted in color 1980)\nFrom Daniel Wolf Press, Inc, New York, thence the collection of Atlantic-Richfield Company, Corporate Art Collection, Perot Systems, thence a Texas Art dealer.\nThis photograph was originally taken as part of a series that Gottscho did for the 1939 WorldÕs Fair in New York. The series was reprinted in color dye transfer with the supervision of Samuel GottschoÕs daughter.\n11" x 14" image size, and 16.5" x 20.5" x 2.5" overall with frame The Modern Art Exchange
Ruth Armer, Abstraction
Ruth O'Conner Armer\nCalifornia (1896-1977)\n'Abstraction #262'\nOil on canvas\nc.1950\n\nMeasurements\n25" x 19.25" x 1.25" overall\n\nNotes \nAbstract oil painting on canvas by SF Bay area artist Ruth Armer. Housed in a simple contemporary frame. Unsigned, San Francisco Museum of Art and Gump Galleries labels verso.\n\nCondition\nFair condition. Overall soiling and some crackalure. Frame has nick, scrapes and digs. The Modern Art Exchange
Reuben Kadish, abstract expressionist bronze sculpture
Reuben Kadish \n\n(Chicago/Los Angeles/New York, 1913-1992)\n\nUntitled – Abstract expressionist sculpture\n\nBronze\n\nc.1960’s-70’s\n\nHeight 16”, width 16” (widest)\n\nGood original condition, one small rust stain\n\nFrom a San Francisco, CA collection The Modern Art Exchange
James McCray, 'Carquinez Str. Toward Martinez'
James McCray\n(California, 1912-1993)\nModern landscape drawing by James McCray.\nJames McCray was an important figure in the development of the modern art scene in the San Francisco Bay Area. McCray studied at the Barnes Foundation in Pennsylvania after receiving his Master in Fine Arts from the University of California, Berkeley.\nMcCray taught art at UC Berkeley (1935-40, 1947-80), California School of Fine Arts (San Francisco) (1940-46), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (1941-43), and Santa Barbara College (1951).\nHe exhibited his works at Oakland Art Gallery, 1934; Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939; San Francisco Art Association, 1939; California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1945, 1948, 1950; the Art Institute of Chicago, 1947, 1948; University of New Mexico, 1949 (solo); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1950; Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1952; the Whitney Museum of Art, 1951; California School of Fine Arts (San Francisco), 1955 (solo).\nThis work titled 'Carquinez Str. Toward Martinez' is a felt pen and pastel on paper created in 1975.\nSigned and dated lower right.\nThis work is unframed\n\nFelt pen and pastel on paper\n1975\n\nMeasurements\n18" x 24" overall\n\nNotes \nSigned\nNot framed or matted\nProvenance: from the artist's estate\n\nCondition\nGood The Modern Art Exchange
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