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1971 Original Hand signed & Numbered 36/120 Chaim Gross Judaica art litho print

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Category
Edition Type
Limited Edition
Subject
Abstract
Date of Creation
1970-1989
Original/Reproduction
Original Print
Listed By
Dealer or Reseller
Edition Size
36/120
Condition
Used
Size Type/Largest Dimension
Medium (Up to 30in.)

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1971 Original Hand signed Numbered 36/120 Chaim Gross Judaica art litho print Description FREE SHIPPING PROVIDED WITHIN THE USA ONLY, BUT I WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE AT BUYERS EXPENSE UP FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS AN ORIGINAL AUTHENTIC 1971 HAND SIGNED NUMBERED IN PENCIL (36/120) LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT BY THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED ARTIST CHAIM GROSS FRAME MEASURES 18" BY 14" INCHES. ITEM IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AS DISPLAYED IN THE PHOTO GALLERY Born in the Carpathian Mountains in Austrian Galicia, Chaim Gross was the son of a lumber merchant. He displayed an interest in drawing at an early age and throughout his life produced a prodigious number of graphic works, many of which were preparatory studies for his sculptures. After a turbulent nomadic existence caused by World War I, Gross immigrated to New York City in 1921. He first studied drawing in night classes at the Educational Alliance art school while working during the day as a delivery boy, then at the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, where he was briefly taught by Elie Nadelman. In 1927 he attended the Art Students League, receiving only two months of instruction in direct carving from Robert Laurent. That same year he quit his job in order to concentrate on art and to begin a teaching career in sculpture at the Educational Alliance, which would continue until 1989. In 1932, in the midst of the Depression, Gross had his first solo exhibition at The Gallery 144 in New York. Like many other artists, he benefited greatly from the support of the New Deal's Public Works of Art Project. In the late 1930s the Treasury Department's Section of Painting and Sculpture commissioned him to execute several works for federal buildings; these helped to establish him as a major contemporary sculptor. Gross gained renown as an advocate of direct carving. Between 1926 and 1949, seventy-five percent of his works were in wood and ten percent in stone. Although he used hand tools exclusively, he preferred the hardest woods, particularly those with a dark color or pronounced grain. In contrast, however, he favored soft but colorful stone. His sculptures were predominantly totemic, figurative images of women. The human body became a source of abstract invention in which Gross simplified forms to stress dynamic rhythms; realism was secondary. Every carving represented a synthesis of form and medium. He distorted forms to retain the cylindrical sensation of the block of wood. A sense of compression in the shapes infused them with an expansiveness and a monumentality After World War II, Gross began to explore different subjects and techniques. The loss of family members in the Holocaust provoked an interest in Judaic subject matter. For more than sixty years Chaim Gross's art has expressed optimistic, affirming themes. His acrobats, cyclists, and mothers and children convey joyfulness, exuberance, love, and intimacy. This aspect of his work remained consistent with his Hasidic heritage, which teaches that "only in his childlike happiness is man nearest to God." Payment We accept Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and PayPal. Shipping All postage is calculated at cost which also includes packaging and handling fees which make our standard low cost shipping rates more appealing to our by buyers. Items will be shipped via FedEX or USPS Flat rate postal service with Delivery confirmation, unless otherwise stated in the listing. If you buy more than one item we combine shipping give a 1.00 discount on shipping for each additional item purchased within (7) days of the first initial purchase. Please allow 5 business days for delivery once item has been paid for through paypal. 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