Art You Can Stomach

Food not only nourishes the body with daily dining at work and home, it also marks major life events, religious celebrations, and sometimes it effects emotional responses. It is no wonder that artists have used food as inspiration for time immemorial.
, 'Jar from Samarkand,' 1982, Sragow Gallery

Alice Neel

Jar from Samarkand, 1982

Sragow Gallery

$4,000

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, 'Fish Market,' 1969, Sragow Gallery

Jacob Lawrence

Fish Market, 1969

Sragow Gallery

$7,000

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, 'Bakery in Mexico,' 1987, Sragow Gallery

Charles Keller

Bakery in Mexico, 1987

Sragow Gallery

$3,200

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, 'Untitled (Red Shoe & Bananas),' 1976, Sragow Gallery

Mark Golderman

Untitled (Red Shoe & Bananas), 1976

Sragow Gallery

$2,000

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, 'Untitled (Red Shoe & Refrigerator),' 1976, Sragow Gallery

Mark Golderman

Untitled (Red Shoe & Refrigerator), 1976

Sragow Gallery

$2,000

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, 'Morning Coffee, Variation I,' 1981, Sragow Gallery

Hartwell Yeargans

Morning Coffee, Variation I, 1981

Sragow Gallery

$750

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, 'Lunch Hour,' 1938, Sragow Gallery

Max Arthur Cohn

Lunch Hour, 1938

Sragow Gallery

$800

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, 'Jack's Place,' ca. 1930, Sragow Gallery

Harry Taskey

Jack's Place, ca. 1930

Sragow Gallery

$350

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