This collection of original prints from the American Artists Group consists of lithographs and woodcuts. The American Artists Group was the lead publisher of both of these mediums during the Great Depression of the 1930's. These prints are not a part of the Amity Art Foundation archive they were donated by a distinguished collector for sale to benefit the Foundation.
They are available to the public for a donation of $100.00
Prints from the Leo S. Russell Studio of Flemington New Jersey
Leo S. Russell was born of Russian parents on July 9th, 1917. He studied art in New York City and taught art as part of the WPA project in New York during the depression. He had a varied art career as a painter, print maker, theater set designer, special effects creator for movies and television, art teacher and owner of the Flemington Studio. He had numerous distinguished individual exhibits in NYC and elsewhere. He produced a series of colorful reasonably priced graphics featuring younger artists for Charles Lombardo in the 1940's. The Foundation has recieved a generous donation of a number of these graphics we now offer for purchase. Those interested in seeing additional images please contact us.
They are available for a donation of $100.00