Good condition. Minor scratches and wear on matte and frame.
20.75″W x 22.75″H
Screen printed on paper, a vintage illustrative work by Dan Sayre Groesbeck. One of his biggest subjects of interest, Groesbeck illustrates a Tibetan dancer with elegant line work. A common thread of his oeuvre, a tight composition forces the viewer to focus on the detail, leaving very little room for unwanted negative space. From The F. H. Bresler Co. collection, a card denoting is attached on the reverse, and signed on the bottom right by the artist.
About the Artist:
Dan Sayre Groesbeck (1878-1950) was an American muralist, printmaker, painter and illustrator. He opened his own advertising firm in Los Angeles in 1900, beginning his career as a commercial artist. He would go on to work in Hollywood, particularly with director Cecil B. DeMille sketching “visualizing” scenes and backdrops.
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