LUCIONI, Luigi (1900-1988) LISTED ARTIST 1944 WOODS - For Sale

LUCIONI, Luigi (1900-1988) LISTED ARTIST 1944 WOODS
Price: $295.00
Nice etching by Luigi LUCIONI (1900-1988)a Italian American artist of great importance. Light toning sight is 13'' by 8'' 14'' by 18'' in frame. Nice and original. Biography: Luigi Lucioni was born in 1900 in Malnate, Italy. He came to the United States in 1911. From that time until his death in 1988, he divided his time between New York and Vermont. In 1916, he began studying at Cooper Union with William Starkweather and in 1920 with William Auerbach Levy at the National Academy of Design. After finishing school, Lucioni taught at the Art Students League and lived in Union City, New Jersey. His paintings of Vermont and his portraits have taken the most important prizes in contemporary American art. In 1924, Lucioni won the Tiffany Foundation Fellowship. At the Carnegie International Exhibition in 1939, he received their Popular Prize. In 1941, he achieved another great success. The visitors at the Corcoran Biennial in Washington, D.C, voted Lucioni''s portrait of John LaFarge the best painting in the exhibition. His works are owned in countless museums, including: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Seattle Museum of Art, Kansas City Museum of Art, Denver Museum of Art, Fogg Museum, Addison Gallery of American Art, Dayton Art Institute, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, High Museum in Atlanta, Nebraska State Capitol, Library of Congress, Dartmouth College, Hamilton College, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Carnegie Institute, Seattle Art Museum, and many other public and private collections. Status: For Sale Reference#: 460225 Condition: vg some toning Year: 1944

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