Wailing Wall; Louis Lozowick (American, born Russian 1892-1973); 1968; 6056

From

The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

Name/Title

Wailing Wall

About this object

Louis Lozowick, educated in both Russia and the United States, was influenced by the formal, hard-edged abstraction of Constructivism an the angular lines of de Stigl, the early 20th century European design movement. Lozowick is known for his images of the human condition and urban life, and his works are considered examples of the Art Deco and Precisionist movements. Lozowick's works are both pictorial and abstract.

Maker

Louis Lozowick (American, born Russian 1892-1973)

Edition

2/20

Date Made

1968

Medium and Materials

ink
paper

Place Made

United States of America

Inscription and Marks

signed '69 bottom right. 2/20

Measurements

image: 17 x 14 inches
mount: 22 x 17 1/2 inches
frame: 25 3/4 x 22 x 2 inches

Collection

Edward Diamond, M.D., Class of 1949

Credit Line

Gift of Edward Diamond, M.D., Class of 1949

Object Type

lithograph

Object number

6056

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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