American modernist drawing – Soho, New York – 1920
Modernist drawing on paper depicting trees and buildings by American artist Oscar Florianus Bluemner, (1867-1938).
Oscar Bluemner was an important early American modernist artist active mainly in New York and Massachusetts. Bluemner was a prolific artist constantly sketching and considering potential subjects, often writing on the backs and fronts of sketches often noting the colors he saw.
This work, a study of trees and buildings is a charcoal drawing on paper and is monogrammed and titled lower left, and the dated Ja 24, 20 lower right.
Housed in a contemporary frame under non-glare UV plexiglass with an acid free mat.
It measures 3.75″ x 5.25″ sight size, and 10.5″ x 12.5″ x 1″ overall.