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William Gropper "Senators" - 1960 Print - Original Signed Lithograph

William Gropper
Senators 
Court Scenes
– 1960
Print – Original Lithograph   24” x 19”
Edition: Signed in pencil

Print Size; 20″ x 13″ (Sizes in inches are approximate, height preceding width of plate-mark or image.)
4.5″ White matted border, cut out 16.5″ x 10″

Materials
Printed upon wove paper and with full margins as published in New York around 1960. A finely printed impression and in good condition throughout. This original lithograph represents a prime example of the famous satirical art of William Gropper.

William Gropper: One of America’s greatest twentieth century social and satirical artists, William Gropper studied painting and printmaking under George Bellows at the Ferrer School in San Francisco (1913-14), at the National Academy of Design (1914) and at the New York School of Fine Art (1915-18). He was first employed as a staff artist for The New York Tribune (1919-21) and later for the New York World (1925-27). During this time Gropper also contributed many drawings to Leftist publications such as ‘The New Masses’ and ‘The Liberator’. By the mid 1920’s William Gropper had established himself as a major satirical artist and lithography became one of his most potent weapons for launching his attacks against big business and big politics.

During the following decades William Gropper achieved a fine reputation around the world. In 1958, for example, he received the Young Israel Prize.

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William Gropper “Senators” – 1960 Print – Original Signed Lithograph

William Gropper Senators  Court Scenes - 1960 Print - Original Lithograph   24'' x 19'' Edition: Signed in pencil Print Size; 20" x 13" (Sizes in inches are approximate, height preceding width of plate-mark or image.) 4.5" White matted border, cut out 16.5" x 10" Materials Printed upon wove paper and with full margins as published in New York around 1960. A finely printed impression and in good condition throughout. This original lithograph represents a prime example of the famous satirical art of William Gropper. William Gropper: One of America's greatest twentieth century social and satirical artists, William Gropper studied painting and printmaking under George Bellows at the Ferrer School in San Francisco (1913-14), at the National Academy of Design (1914) and at the New York School of Fine Art (1915-18). He was first employed as a staff artist for The New York Tribune (1919-21) and later for the New York World (1925-27). During this time Gropper also contributed many drawings to Leftist publications such as 'The New Masses' and 'The Liberator'. By the mid 1920's William Gropper had established himself as a major satirical artist and lithography became one of his most potent weapons for launching his attacks against big business and big politics. During the following decades William Gropper achieved a fine reputation around the world. In 1958, for example, he received the Young Israel Prize.

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