Despite the dire economic times publishers of original prints continued to survive and successfully raise revenue for the artists as well as making original art affordable during the Great Depression years. The second page of this directory also contains a list of over fifty original works of art created during the Great Depression years by American artists.
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One of the more interesting aspects of art of the Depression is how seldom the actual misery and privation of the decade is depicted. The visual arts including films set out to divert and entertain. Perhaps for artists an almost sure recipe for failure would have been to remind the average man of his sorry condition. On the contrary most areas of the entertainment industries thrived.
The art of Kenneth Hartwell is an excellent example. His lithographs of circus acrobats, jugglers and clowns and of the music, dancing and comedy of the Burlesque shows are worlds into themselves. Gazing at his imagery the viewer is granted a temporary reprieve from the real world. Even in a Depression the sense of a continuation of normal activities persists. In Joseph Margulies, New England Granny the subject does exactly what grannies do best as she contentedly sits in her rocker, sewing.
Philip Parsons depicts a joyful family reunion in Home for Christmas and Henry Pitz depicts the dignity of work in his monumental art deco style in both Maine Fisherman and Man Against the Sky.
Purely by alphabetical accident, page 3 also contains two of my favorite night scenes: This famous etching was published by the Chicago Society of Etchers in Like the previous three pages, page four of this directory provides a full variety of Depression era themes and techniques. Stark realities of the times are provided by W.
In contrast are pieces like John W. Two magnificent drypoints by Albert Sterner -- Meditation and The Promised Land — will also be found listed on that page. This impression is printed upon fine, hand-made, laid paper and with full margins as printed in the small, limited edition of twenty-five impressions in It is signed in pencil by the artist, "Emily Burling Waite S.
These pages also include information about the art publishers, associations, clubs, groups and societies located in major cities throughout the United States, such as Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, Wichita, Philadelphia, Rochester, San Francisco, Washington D. Many of these organizations provided an opportunity for American artists to work and create original works of art during the Great Depression.
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Artists and the Syracuse Print Club. Our collection consists of original paintings, watercolors, drawings, and original prints, such as etchings, engravings, lithographs, woodcuts, silk-screens, aquatints, mezzotints, linocuts, monoprints, and other mediums of original art. All of these works of art have been created by prominent and established painters, illustrators, watercolour artists and printmakers from around the world.
The art in our gallery ranges from the early Renaissance period to the modern and contemporary art period. You can view other original artworks similar to the subject under discussion on this page listed in the following art directories.
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