Lot 12
  • 12

Ernest Lawson 1873-1939

Estimate
200,000 - 300,000 USD
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Description

  • Ernest Lawson
  • Old Grand Central
  • signed E. Lawson, l.l.
  • oil on canvas

  • 17 by 21 in.
  • (43.2 by 53.3 cm)
  • Painted circa 1910.

Provenance

M. Knoedler & Co., New York, 1944
Henry Pearlman (acquired from the above; sold: Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, February 21, 1952, lot 66, illustrated)
James Graham & Sons, New York
Acquired from the above, 1954

Exhibited

Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Museum, The Eight, November 1943-January 1944, no. 39, p. 31, illustrated p. 30
New York, The Museum of Modern Art; Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art; Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts; Worcester, Massachusetts, Worcester Art Museum; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Institute; Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Museum of Art; Toledo, Ohio, The Toledo Museum of Art; Rochester, New York, Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, The Eight, February-December 1944, no. 39, illustrated
New York, ACA Galleries, Ernest Lawson, November-December 1976
no. 2, p. 34
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Philip Morris Branch, September-December 1984

Literature

Bennard B. Perlman, The Immortal Eight: American Painting from Eakins to the Armory Show 1870-1913, New York, 1962, illustrated
Ernest R. May et al, "Lord of Creation: A City's Life in Vivid Portraits," The LIFE History of the United States, vol. 9, New York, 1964, p. 18, illustrated in color p. 29
New York, New York, Plainview, New York, 1965, illustrated p. 233
David G. Lowe, Ed., New York, New York (An American Heritage Extra on the History of the Nation’s Greatest City), New York, 1968, illustrated in color p. 71
Henry F. Graff and Paul Bohannan, The Promise of Democracy, Chicago, Illinois, 1978, illustrated in color p. 419

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