Margot Stein Gallery | Bethesda Fine Art

Konrad Cramer

(American/German, 1888–1963)

untitled by konrad cramer

Konrad Cramer

Untitled, ca. 1940

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untitled (2) by konrad cramer

Konrad Cramer

Untitled (2), ca. 1930

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untitled (gas station) by konrad cramer

Konrad Cramer

Untitled (Gas Station), ca. 1930

Price on Request

Biography

Timeline

1888
Born: in Wurtzburg, Germany
1906 - 1908
Studied art at the Karlsruhe Academy, Karlsruhe, Germany with Ludwig Schmidt-Reutte and Ernest Schurth
1911
Moved to the United States, settled in Woodstock, NY
1917
Became United States citizen
1920
Traveled to Germany and France on a Rockefeller Foundation Grant
1921
Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, Memphis, TN
1922
Taught at the The Woodstock School of Painting and Allied Arts, Woodstock, NY
1924
Whitney Studio Club, Whitney Museum, New York, NY
1926 - 1928
Taught at Children’s University School (now The Dalton School), New York, NY
1953 - 1956
President, Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, Woodstock, NY

Exhibitions

2007
Konrad Cramer (1888-1963): Photographs, Zabriskie Galley, New York, NY (solo)˂br˃Modern and Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1958
Long Island University, Long Island, NY
1956
Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, Woodstock, NY
1953
Whitney Annual, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
1952
State College, New Paltz, NY
1937
Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, PA
1936
Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY˂br˃Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA ˂br˃Whitney Museum summer show, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
1935
Abstract Painting in America, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY˂br˃Weyhe Gallery, New York , NY
1934
Wanamaker Regional, Wanamaker Gallery, New York, NY
1933
Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY˂br˃Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, PA