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ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ (1878-1965) American - Early Ink Drawing


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  • Product description

    SOLD An early ink drawing on paper by artist Abraham Walkowitz (1878-1965) of a woman smelling a flower. Simple form and composition has unexpected depth and intrigue. In a silver frame with complementary beige mat. Signed by artist and dated 1909.


    About the Artist:
    Abraham Walkowitz  (1878-1965)
    was a Siberian born who emigrated to the United States in early childhood. He lived in the Jewish ghetto of New York City with his family before studying at the National Academy of Design and the Académie Julian in Paris. He later came into Alfred Stieglitz’s orbit and joined the illustrious 291 Gallery shortly thereafter. Walkowitz found himself adjacent to the Stieglitz Quartet, in the thick of the modernist movement.


    MBM P1131

  • Product condition

    Excellent condition.

  • Product Size

    11.5"W x 19"H