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City Lane by Armin Landeck

City Lane by Armin Landeck

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Edition Size: unnumbered, from an edition of 100

Image Size: 10-3/16 x 13-1/2 inches

Sheet Size: 16-1/4 x 19-9/16 inches

Reference: Library of Congress 3; Kraeft 96, illustrated pg. 69


Condition: Excellent

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From the second edition published by the artist in the 1970s; printed by Anthony Kirk of Eldindean Press, NY; on antique-white wove. An image of Minetta Lane in Greenwhich Village, Manhattan.



The Artist

Armin Landeck

Armin Landeck was born in Crandon, Wisconsin, June 4, 1905. He studied first at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor before entering Columbia University in New York City where he received a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1927. During 1928 he and his wife traveled and studied art in Europe, returning after the collapse of the stock market in 1929. Although he became interested in printmaking in 1927, it was while he was in Europe that he produced his first large body of prints. Unable to find work as an architect upon his return, he turned his attention to printmaking, producing a remarkable body of work over the following sixty years.

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