by Boris Lovet-Lorski (1894-1973)
USA, 1929

Sheet: 15 ½" high; 11 ¾" wide
Framed: 31 1/4'' high; 15 1/2'' wide

Lithograph on paper
Edition of 250

Signed Boris Lovet-Lorski in pencil.
Printed by Ad. Braun & Co., Paris, 1929, fine, rich impression on Montval cream laid paper with full margins in good condition.

Framed and matted.

Sculptor and graphic artist Lovet-Lorski was born in Lithuania in 1894 and studied art at the Imperial Academy of Art in St. Petersburg. In 1920 Lovet-Lorski moved to the United States and settled in New York City. He achieved prominence as a Modernist sculptor and was a major contributor to the American Art Deco style of the 1920s. The female nude became his subject whether in marble or as a lithograph. No other sculptor in America caught the prevailing French Art Deco mood as effectively or poignantly as Lovet-Lorski. He created only two portfolios of lithographs in 1929.

$1,800 - Inv. #156