(ul) Hudson River Brick Factories; (ur) Meatpacking District; (ll) Brooklyn Bridge; (lr) Westside Passenger Piers.
Kronengold was born in New Orleans and studied at New York’s Art Student League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In the late 20’s and 30’s he was a leading cover illustrator for the New Yorker.
These four small, en plein air, paintings exhibit an assured handling of paint with broad strokes and blocks of color that readily define the space and light of scenes in and around New York City.
HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES AVAILABLE.
Condition: Excellent with no restoration. Frames are original but repainted.
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|Dealer||STEVEN S. POWERS|
|Date:||Circa: early-mid 1920’s|
|Origin||American - New York City|
|Artist/Maker||Adolph Kronengold (1900-1986)|
|Measurements||each 6" x 8" (sight) / 11 1/2" x 13 1/2" (framed)|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Price||$9,800.00 (all four) / will sell individually|
|Contact||Steve Powers, 917-518-0809 or email@example.com|