Rolph Scarlett, ‘Andante in Blue (Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)’, 1935, Alpha 137 Gallery
Rolph Scarlett, ‘Andante in Blue (Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)’, 1935, Alpha 137 Gallery
Rolph Scarlett, ‘Andante in Blue (Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)’, 1935, Alpha 137 Gallery
Rolph Scarlett, ‘Andante in Blue (Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)’, 1935, Alpha 137 Gallery

This historic lyrical, abstract work is by the twentieth-century abstract painter Rolph Scarlett. It has labels from both the prominent Guggenheim Foundation and the San Francisco International Exposition, where the work was exhibited alongside artists including Stuart Davis. Rolph Scarlett was, famously, Hilla Rebay's lover and creative discovery and she persuaded Solomon R. Guggenheim to exhibit his works, alongside those of Kandinsky and other abstract luminaries.
Framed.

Signature: Signed Lower Left recto. 2 Labels on verso: Soloman R. Guggenheim Foundation, Carnegie Hall, NYC "Contemporary Art," San Francisco Golden Gate International Exposition, CA, February 18 - December 2, 1939

"Contemporary Art," San Francisco Golden Gate International Exposition, CA, February 18 - December 2, 1939
Soloman R. Guggenheim Foundation

Excellent Provenance. Soloman R. Guggenheim Foundation, Carnegie Hall, NYC and "Contemporary Art," San Francisco Golden Gate International Exposition, CA, February 18 - December 2, 1939 (with labels)

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