Home > Edmond Casarella > Annex Galleries > Blaze Of Glory
Blaze Of Glory by Edmond Casarella

Blaze Of Glory by Edmond Casarella

Annex Galleries

Relief Print


Edition Size: not stated

Image Size: 15 x 13 inches

Sheet Size: 24-1/4 x 18-1.2 inches


Condition: Excellent

Details — Click to read

Color paper relief printed with oil inks; printed by the artist on tan wove paper and left unsigned; later signed on behalf of his estate by his widow: “Nikki Casarella for Edmond Casarella, September 18, 2006”.



The Artist

Edmond Casarella

A printmaker, painter and sculptor Edmond Casarella was born in Newark, New Jersey on September 3, 1920. Upon his graduation from Cooper Union in 1942, he was hired by Anthony Velonis to print serigraphs at Creative Printmakers under the National Youth Administration which was part of the New Deal. The following year he created the poster for the 1943 exhibition, Artists for Victory. Casarella joined the U.S. Army in 1944 and fought in Europe during World War II. After his discharge he studied at the Brooklyn Museum School from 1949 to 1951, studying printmaking with Gabor Peterdi.

Read more

More prints at Annex Galleries

View Gallery

Related Artists