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Susan Teller Gallery

New York City, US

We specialize in mid-twentieth century American prints and unique works on paper featuring Urban/Industrial Realism of the WPA Era, Modernism, and Surrealism.


Detail: Riva Helfond, Winter Skyline, 1944, serigraph


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Spring will be so welcome this year. To celebrate we’ve looked to Andrée Ruellan’s Spring on Bleecker Street, 1938, as well as bright abstractions such as Worden Day’s Prismatic Presences, 1956, Toshiko Uchima’s Sweet Melody at the Sea Shore, 1973 (a collage with a remnant of one of her husband Ansei’s woodcuts), and Hugh Mesibov’s Space & Light, 1953.

There’s also flora and fauna: Peggy Bacon’s, rare Florida scene in The Lord of Creation, 1951, Dorothy Browdy Kushner’s Waltz of the Flowers, 1954, and Virginia Bill’s Seals in Central Park, 1940. And kicking-up-of-heels too -- in the pavilion in Angelo Pinto’s Amusement Park, 1931.

But an extremely scarce lithograph by The Loft Generation author/artist, Edith Schloss, The Children’s Crusade, To Bert Brecht, 1942, and Karl Schrag’s Rain and the Sea, 1946, remind us of troubling times.

Susan Teller, Owner, Susan Teller Gallery

Riva Helfond

Winter Skyline (Also titled New York Skyline)


12 3/4 x 19 1/4 inxhes

Serigraph on gray paper

The Estate of the Artist

Teller 80. Signed, titled, dated, and numbered, in pencil.

Edition of 40

1,750 USD

Peggy Bacon

The Lord of Creation (Hobe Sound, Florida)


14 x 11 inches


The Estate of the Artist