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Lawrence Kupferman, Child in the City, Drypoint
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Title: Child in the City.
Artist: Lawrence E. Kupferman (1909-1982)
Drypoint, 1938.
Edition not noted.
Signed in pencil.
Image size 12 x 8" (30.5 x 22.4 cm).

Lawrence Kupferman was an American painter and printmaker, born in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Art and the Massachusetts College of Art. During the 1930’s he produced a group of realistic drypoints and etchings, but became increasingly more abstract starting in the 40s. In 1946 Kupferman started spending summers in Provincetown, where he met Mark Rothko, Hans Hofmann and Jackson Pollack and other abstract artists. Kupferman taught at the Massachusetts College of Art for a time, retiring in 1969.
Condition
Condition: Very good condition. No tears or stains.
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Lawrence Kupferman, Child in the City, Drypoint

Estimate $1,800 - $2,500
Dec 10, 2020
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Description
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Title: Child in the City.
Artist: Lawrence E. Kupferman (1909-1982)
Drypoint, 1938.
Edition not noted.
Signed in pencil.
Image size 12 x 8" (30.5 x 22.4 cm).

Lawrence Kupferman was an American painter and printmaker, born in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Art and the Massachusetts College of Art. During the 1930’s he produced a group of realistic drypoints and etchings, but became increasingly more abstract starting in the 40s. In 1946 Kupferman started spending summers in Provincetown, where he met Mark Rothko, Hans Hofmann and Jackson Pollack and other abstract artists. Kupferman taught at the Massachusetts College of Art for a time, retiring in 1969.
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Condition: Very good condition. No tears or stains.

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