Raphael Soyer SEAMSTRESS 2 color 1979 Pencil Signed Art Lithograph
Artist Name: Raphael Soyer
Title: Raphael Soyer: Capturing Humanistic Passion in SEAMSTRESS 2 color, 1979.
Step into the captivating world of Raphael Soyer, a Russian-born American artist whose work transcends time and touches the depths of the human experience. Delve into the profound portrayal of "SEAMSTRESS 2 color," a pencil signed art lithograph created in 1979, which exemplifies Soyer's technical virtuosity and his ability to infuse subtle understatement and tenderness into his subjects.
Born in 1899, Soyer honed his artistic skills at renowned institutions like Cooper Union, the National Academy of Design, and the Art Students League. Alongside influential artists such as Edward Hopper, Ben Shahn, and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, he co-founded Reality, a groundbreaking art magazine of the 1950s.
Soyer's art possesses a unique quality that sets it apart—a sense of humanistic passion that permeates each piece. In his exploration of life among New York's less fortunate, he eschews picturesque scenes or satirical commentary, instead capturing the essence of his subjects with sensitivity and authenticity. His isolated and introspective portraits, including "SEAMSTRESS 2 color," are universally admired and treasured, resonating with viewers on a profound level.
Medium Type: Lithograph
Size-Width | Size-Height: 22'' x 30''
Signed | Edition Size: Signed in pencil and marked | 223/300
Unframed in excellent condition