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Samsøñ is proud to present an illustrated exhibition catalogue in accordance with the historic exhibition of works by the family of artists Marguerite Zorach, Dahlov Ipcar, & William Zorach, together in an exhibition for the 1st time. There is a breadth of medium on view with four oil paintings by Marguerite; ten oil paintings, four watercolors, and a tempera painting by Dahlov; and a watercolor, nine bronze multiples, and a carved mahogany sculpture by William. Several of the works represent distinguished accolades in the canon of American Art. This illustrated catalog includes an essay by Rachel Walls.
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Marguerite Zorach (b.1887 Santa Rosa, CA d. 1968 Brooklyn, NY) and William Zorach (b.1887 Jurbarkas, Lithuania d. 1966 Bath, ME) are best known for their major contributions to American Modernism. The two artists were a tour-de-force in the first half of the 20th century, championing the advancement of the avant-garde in New York City as it burgeoned into a global center for artistic production, presentation and critical theory. Dahlov Ipcar (b. 1917 Windsor, VT), Marguerite and William s only daughter is a renowned painter, illustrator and author, who continues to produce artwork from her home in Georgetown, ME. She has authored and illustrated over 30 children s books, penned four novels and has continually received recognition for her work as a painter. Her children s books and novels are an excellent entry point to the unique imagery of her paintings that are easily identified by their highly stylized picture planes portraying animal and human figures through geometric abstractions and colorful palettes.
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Book Description Rachel Walls, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M097996105X