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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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Susan Teller Gallery

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

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Susan Tellery Gallery

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Most of the works shown here are from the 1930s and 40s, but range from 1918 to 1962. Some are by artists we’ve represented for decades; a few are recent acquisitions such as the Hans Feuerhahn and the Irving Guyer.

There is a preparatory study for two Louis Schanker woodcuts, printing variants for Fred Becker’s New York Landscape, and multiple mediums for Hugh Mesibov and Anne Ryan.

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Susan Teller, owner

Louis Schanker (1903-1981)

Non-Objective

1939

9 x 14 ½ inches

Brooklyn Museum 32, woodcut

Edition of 30, small margins at left and bottom.

Signed, titled, and numbered, in pencil.
If ever there was an abstraction with joie de vivre, surely this is it.

$9,000

Ansei Uchima (1921-2000)

Night Walk

1958

18 x 14 inches

Woodcut

Proposed edition of 50.

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered ‘1/50,’ in pencil.

$5,000

Sue Fuller (1914-2006)

Clown

1945

7 7/8 x 6 inches

Intaglio with stencil

Edition of 30

Signed titled, dated, and numbered, in pencil.
Illustration: A Spectrum of Innovation by David Acton.

$2,750

Vernon S. Poindexter (1918-2008)

Strange Fruit

1946

13 x 9 ½ inches

Lithograph

Window mounted to top mat.

With Entry Label from the 'Exhibition of the Association of War Veteran Artists to be
held at the ADA Gallery the First two weeks of July, 1946.'
Prints of the 1930s and 40s by African-American artists, and in particular by
Poindexter, are extremely scarce.
Signed and titled in pencil.

$9,000

Anne Ryan (1889-1954)

The Green Pitcher

1945

15 5/8 x 22 inches

Black-line woodcut on black paper with usual creases

Edition of 30

Signed and titled in white pencil.

Louis Schanker (1903-1981)

Non-Objective

9 x 14 ½ inches

Brooklyn Museum 32, woodcut

Signed, titled, and numbered, in pencil.
If ever there was an abstraction with joie de vivre, surely this is it.

$9,000

Ansei Uchima (1921-2000)

Night Walk

18 x 14 inches

Woodcut

Signed, titled, dated, and numbered ‘1/50,’ in pencil.

$5,000

Sue Fuller (1914-2006)

Clown

7 7/8 x 6 inches

Intaglio with stencil

Signed titled, dated, and numbered, in pencil.
Illustration: A Spectrum of Innovation by David Acton.

$2,750

Vernon S. Poindexter (1918-2008)

Strange Fruit

13 x 9 ½ inches

Lithograph

With Entry Label from the 'Exhibition of the Association of War Veteran Artists to be
held at the ADA Gallery the First two weeks of July, 1946.'
Prints of the 1930s and 40s by African-American artists, and in particular by
Poindexter, are extremely scarce.
Signed and titled in pencil.

$9,000

Anne Ryan (1889-1954)

The Green Pitcher

15 5/8 x 22 inches

Black-line woodcut on black paper with usual creases

Signed and titled in white pencil.