Posted 9 years ago
The item shown above was acquired by me about 15 to 20 to years ago at a local thrift shop, locate in New York City's infamous South Bronx. There are two prints, including an original and a copy as well. The original, located on the left, measures about 4 x 6 inches. The item is signed the artist Luigi Lucioni, in the lower left bottom.
Luigi Lucioni, born 1900 in Malnate, Italy and died in New York City in 1988. Known for his landscape s, still life, portrait painting and etching; he lived in Italy, New Jersy, New York and Vermont.
Prior to 1940, he was know for his impressionism, and later known for his realism, representation as well as realist. He was associated with the Associated American Artist, the Chicago Society of Artist, the National Academy of Design, the Prairie Print Makers and the Society of American Etchers, SAE, SAGA. He was a student at the National Academy of Design School and the Cooper Union Art Art Schhol, the Cooper School of Design. And he was a professor at the Art Students League of New York. He was granted the Tiffany Foundation.Grant,Fellowship.
Some of his exhibitions includes Allied Artists of America, Art Institute of Chicago, Camegie Institute, International, Chicago Society of Artists, Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC, National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Whitney Museum of Smerican Art.
I welcome any snd sll information pertsining to this item.