Louis Lozowick  (American/Russian, 1892-1973) 

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Louis Lozowick, Tanks #2 (Steel Plant)

 

Louis Lozowick
Tanks #2 (Steel Plant)
1929

Mary Ryan Gallery
Louis Lozowick, Subway Construction

 

Louis Lozowick
Subway Construction
1931

Mary Ryan Gallery
Louis Lozowick, Untitled Drawing

 

Louis Lozowick
Untitled Drawing
circa 1923

James Reinish & Associates, Inc.
Louis Lozowick, Untitled Drawing

 

Louis Lozowick
Untitled Drawing
circa 1923

James Reinish & Associates, Inc.
Louis Lozowick, Untitled

 

Louis Lozowick
Untitled
circa 1923-1924

Hollis Taggart Galleries
Louis Lozowick, Untitled

 

Louis Lozowick
Untitled
circa 1923-1924

Hollis Taggart Galleries
Louis Lozowick, Under the Bridge

 

Louis Lozowick
Under the Bridge
1930

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Louis Lozowick, Granaries to Babylon

 

Louis Lozowick
Granaries to Babylon
1933

Sragow Gallery
Louis Lozowick, Still Life with Breakfast

 

Louis Lozowick
Still Life with Breakfast
1929

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
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Louis Lozowick, Blast Furnace

 

Louis Lozowick
Blast Furnace, 1929
lithograph

 

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Louis Lozowick, Corner of Steel Plant

 

Louis Lozowick
Corner of Steel Plant, 1929
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Louis Lozowick, 57th Street

 

Louis Lozowick
57th Street, 1929
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1906   Came to America to join his brother
1906 - 1919   Attended art school, finished college, served in the army and traveled throughout the United States
1920   Begins Machine Ornament series
1919 - 1924   Lozowich lived and traveled throughout Europe; spending most of his time in Pars, Berlin and Moscow
1926   versatility and range of interests are shown through his stage sets for the 1926 production of Georg Kaiser's play "Gas"
1927   made his first prints, which were well-received in Europe and the US; encouraged by Carl Zigrosser of the Weythe Gallery to resume lithography
1943   moved to New Jersey where he continued to paint and make prints. The human condition remained a constant theme of his art, and an ongoing interest in nature appears more frequently in his later works.
1973   passed away
1940   Made various murals and prints for the WPA during the Depression
1927   Machine Age Exposition in New York