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Supreme Court Justice Hand Signed Etching Print, 1930-1939

8 1/4 × 6 1/4 in
21 × 15.9 cm
$400
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This is a pencil signed print (possibly an etching) of a supreme court justice. (either Benjamin …

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This is a pencil signed print (possibly an etching) of a supreme court justice. (either Benjamin Cardozo or Louis Brandeis).
William Meyerowitz (1887 - 1981) was born in Russia and along with his father, immigrated to this country in 1908; the rest of the family followed shortly thereafter. By the time he arrived in …

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William Meyerowitz
American, 1887–1981
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An extremely prolific and versatile artist, William Meyerowitz has experimented with figurative and …

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An extremely prolific and versatile artist, William Meyerowitz has experimented with figurative and abstract painting, printmaking, and etching. His background in music and opera invested in him the belief that art “expressed for us the fundamental rhythms and harmonies that are craved by our souls.” His typical …

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This is a pencil signed print (possibly an etching) of a supreme court justice. (either Benjamin …

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This is a pencil signed print (possibly an etching) of a supreme court justice. (either Benjamin Cardozo or Louis Brandeis).
William Meyerowitz (1887 - 1981) was born in Russia and along with his father, immigrated to this country in 1908; the rest of the family followed shortly thereafter. By the time he arrived in …

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William Meyerowitz
American, 1887–1981
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An extremely prolific and versatile artist, William Meyerowitz has experimented with figurative and …

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An extremely prolific and versatile artist, William Meyerowitz has experimented with figurative and abstract painting, printmaking, and etching. His background in music and opera invested in him the belief that art “expressed for us the fundamental rhythms and harmonies that are craved by our souls.” His typical …

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Supreme Court Justice Hand Signed Etching Print, 1930-1939

8 1/4 × 6 1/4 in
21 × 15.9 cm
$400
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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