Auction ID 57709 - Vintage Signed Harry Wysocki Framed Art Print Lithograph Published Exclusively by Vanguard Studio in Wood Frame 41
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This vintage pretty rare Art Deco style print by Harry Wysocki is signed and has an unique wooden off white frame under glass. The print published exclusively by Vanguard Studio Inc., Beverly Hills, California USA Measurements: - wood lattice frame 41" x 35" - art print under glass 29" x 23" Good vintage condition. The metal and ceramic figurines from the listing pictures are not including. **Notice, please, that each computer monitor is different and the real colors may slightly vary** The item will be carefully packed and sent with a tracking number and insurance. Harry Wysocki has been prominent on the American art scene for many years. Shortly after the end of World War II, Harry enlisted in the Merchant Marines and sailed the high seas to exotic ports, which became subject matter for his early works. In Japan he was commissioned to paint the History of the Army Airborne Engineers, which he executed in a series of six murals. Working with Japanese artists, he was inspired by the art of Hiroshige, whose influence is apparent in his early works. After returning home from Japan, he started experimenting with Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. His work has been exhibited in the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles, and the San Francisco de Young Museum. Numbered among his many accolades are nineteen national and local awards from print shows in New York, Chicago, Detroit, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Three of his prints are now in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., as well as one painting in the United States Air Force Art Collection. He has had one-man and group shows at the many well known galleries in California USA. You can find an information about Harry Wysocki here.