A Bustling Brooklyn Avenue

Artist:Florence Krieger
Date:1930s
Medium:Oil on canvas
Dimensions:Image sight size of 11" by 14" framed 16" by 19"
Condition:Excellent
Original Use:Fine Art
Price:$1,300.00 on sale $975.00
Full view of oil on stretched canvas painting

Full view of oil on stretched canvas painting

 

The artist's signature lower left

The artist's signature lower left

A bustling street scene of the artist's native Brooklyn New York, with tenements and street vendors on view on a picturesque busy New York corner. The painting is signed lower left F. Krieger, and was painted in a regionalist, WPA aesthetic in the 1930s by Florence Krieger, a well listed and exhibited Brooklyn artist who worked in a variety of mediums. Painting is framed in a rough hewn wide profile wood frame and is ready to hang.

Framed view in simple WPA aesthetic painted wood frame

Framed view in simple WPA aesthetic painted wood frame

 

Verso view

Verso view

Florence Krieger exhibited at the following : National Academy of Design; National Arts Club; Allied Artists of America; Salmagundi Club (award); Brooklyn Museum; Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club; Riverside Museum (award); Lindenhurst Memorial Library; Knickerbocker Artists (award); Audubon Society; Pen and Brush Club; Lever House; America House; American Artists Professional League; Long Island University; Shuster Gallery; Grace Gallery; Park South Gallery; Carnegie Hall; Art Students League (purchase prize); Terris Gallery, United Nations.

Her training was from the High School of Art and Design; Art Students League; National Academy of Design and Cooper Union Art School. She was a member of Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club; American Artists Professional League; National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors; Audubon Artists and the Knickerbocker Artists.

 

Krieger was an instructor in sculpture at New York School of Industrial Arts and at Gallery 7, Brooklyn. Her public commissions include a six foot menorah in bronze; Eternal Light for Westminster Chapel; four portraits for Lucien Piccard; Sculptured Scorpio and Leo the Lion for the Crewe Group of Companies; medals for the Board of Education and Art Students League; numerous portrait paintings.

Press clipping on the artists

Press clipping on the artists



 

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