|Statement||by August L. Freundlich.|
|Contributions||Freundlich, August L., Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery (University of Miami), Phoenix Art Museum.|
|LC Classifications||ND237.G67 A58|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||68018437|
William Gropper: Retrospective [August L. Freundlich.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. William Gropper: Retrospective. William Gropper: Retrospective, With a Critique by August L. Freundlich Freundlich, August L. Published by The Ward Ritchie Press, Los Angeles (). william gropper h/c retrospective book [unknown] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers. here's the important art book titled william gropper retrospective by august freundlich published by ward ritchie press in pages. hardcover. very good condition except dust jacket is ripped and in pieces. lots of information and images. abstract ACA Gallery accepted achieved American Angeles art world artist August became become began beginning Bill Gropper Book Carl Sandburg carry cartoonist cartoons cause color composition concern continued Contributes Courtesy critics Department drawings early element established exhibit experience expression eyes face feel felt fifty followed Ford Foundation forms frequently friends goes .
Designed by Joseph Simon. With a chronology, exhibition history and bibliography. This is the significant monograph on the celebrated American Social Realist artist William Gropper published in conjunction with a touring retrospective exhibition circulated by the Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery of the University of Miami. William Gropper authored and illustrated several books including the autobiographical “Little Tailor”, now available in the newly published “Tales for Little Rebels”, and the graphic novel “Alley Oop”. His art can also be found in the works of such writers as George Bernard Shaw, Rex Stout, Frank Harris, Jim Tully and Burges Johnson, and on the cover of one edition of John Steinbeck’s “Tortilla Flat”. William Gropper: retrospective / by August L. Freundlich. Author. Gropper, William, , (artist.) Other Authors. Freundlich, August L, (writer of introduction.) Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery (University of Miami), (publisher.) Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery (Miami) Published. Preview this book» What people are Louis Lozowick, William Gropper Limited preview - William Gropper: Retrospective William Gropper, August L. Freundlich Snippet view - William Gropper: Retrospective.
Near fine book, a couple of small marks to the endpapers in a jacket which has split down the spine, being supported by a stiff, removable mylar wrapper. Gropper cartooned for Smart Set and Vanity Fair in the '20 and '30s, evolving into a serious painter whose work is held at MOMA. William Gropper’s parents were Jewish immigrants who worked in the sweatshops of New York City’s garment district. Their dignity in the face of hardship influenced their oldest son, who wrote that “I’m from the old school, defending the underdog.” (Klaidman, “William Gropper, 79, Painter and Radical Cartoonist Dies,” The Washington Post, January 9, ).Born: Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, An Exhibition Catalogue. illustrations, including 8 in color. pp. Slim 4to, black & yellow pictorial cloth, yellow board slipcase. Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, in conjunction with the Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery of the University of Miami, Limited First Edition. Fine. Inscribed presentation and original drawing by the artist on. Gropper, William, William Gropper: retrospective. Los Angeles, W. Ritchie Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Gropper; William Gropper: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Gropper; August L Freundlich; Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery (University of Miami), Find more information about: OCLC Number: