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"Untitled Watercolor 1959 23x27" by Michael Loew - Must Sell $2,600
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  • "Untitled Watercolor 1959 23x27"

    1959

    Michael Loew

    Watercolor
    Watercolor on Paper

    Size: 14.5x19 in  |  37x48 cm

    Framed: 22.5x26.6 in  |  57x68 cm

     
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    Hand Signed : Lower Right in Black Paint
    Condition: Excellent
    Framed with Glass : Black Out Frame, Gold Inner, Double Matted
    Purchased from : Artist
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 137218
    Michael Loew

    Art Brokerage: Michael Loew American Artist: b. 1907-1985. Michael Loew (May 8, 1907–November 14, 1985) was an American Abstract Expressionist artist who was born in New York City. In the late 1920s, Loew studied at the Art Students League with the Ashcan School and was a recipient of a Sadie A. May Fellowship which allowed Loew to continue his studies in France. Michael worked as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) artist from 1933–1937 and during this time painted several murals for U.S. Post Offices, High schools, as well as being commissioned to paint a mural for the Hall of Pharmacy for the 1939 New York World's Fair. Michael chose to share his private commission with close friend and fellow artist, Willem de Kooning. From 1939 to 1940 Loew traveled to Mexico and the Yucatán, gathering inspiration for his future work. Joining the U.S. Navy Seabees in 1943 as a Battalion Painter, Loew documented the work being done on the airbase on Tinian Island. It was from this airbase that the Enola Gay would later take off from to drop the atomic bombs. Loew captured much of the work done on the island by the Navy in dozens of watercolors. Returning to New York after the war, having lost much of his hearing, Loew started over with his art studies. He studied with Hans Hofmann in New York and Provincetown, and with Fernand Léger in Paris. Loew became a member of the American Abstract Artists and The Artist's Club as well as The Spiral Group. His works were shown at the Stable Gallery Annuals of 1951-1955. In 1960 and again in 1966, Loew was hired to teach at the University of California, Berkeley. He also spent nearly three decades as a teacher at the School of Visual Arts. In 1976 he won a fellowship grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and in 1979 he was awarded a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation. Over the course of his life, Michael's work was exhibited extensively in galleries, museums and other cultural institutions including: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Dallas Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. The Michael Loew Papers are located in the Archives of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution. In 1997 his estate was awarded the Judith Rothschild Foundation Grant.