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Vera Andrus  - Lithographs                                                                               BACK

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Spring, (New York City), 1932.
Spring, (New York City), 1932.

(FF#1) (Variant titles: “Spring On The El”, and “Spring-New York City” and sometimes also dated “‘35”). Titled and signed in pencil, and also initialed in reverse on the stone. 14” x 9 5/8”. Edition 50. In one early exhibition catalogue the artist notes this as “My first lithograph”. BPL; RAA, 1973; JUNE 1, 1980; RH $750.

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Old Man’s House, 1932.
Old Man’s House, 1932.

(FF#2) (Variant title: “House Where an Old Man Hanged Himself”, and sometimes also dated “‘33”). Titled and signed in pencil, and also initialed on the stone. 9 7/8” x 12 1/2”. Edition unknown. BPL: [Titled as above, and signed]; NYPL,1948; JUNE 1, 1980; RH. $400.

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Intermission  (New York City), 1933.
Intermission (New York City), 1933.

(FF#4) Sometimes also dated “’35”) Titled, signed and dated in pencil, also initialed on the stone. 9 7/8” x 13 1/4”. Edition 35. Animated instruments of the orchestra enjoy themselves while the musicians are away. BPL: [Titled as above, and signed]; NYPL,1948; RAA,1973; JUNE 1, 1980; RH. $800.

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Hastings on Hudson, 1933.
Hastings on Hudson, 1933.

(FF#5) Initialed on the stone. Edition 50. 10 7/8” 13 1/8”. Sometimes titled “Power House”. A view of the factories along the river. BPL; JUNE 1, 1980: [“Industrial”]; In the permanent collection of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art; Prosser. $1,200

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Winter, (Hudson River), 1933.
Winter, (Hudson River), 1933.

(FF#7) Titled and signed in pencil. 9 1/2” x 13 3/4”. Edition unknown. A delicate winter scene of a Hudson Valley house in a snowstorm. BPL: [Listed in card catalogue as “Building in a Snowstorm”]; RH. $650.

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Fir Tree, 1933.
Fir Tree, 1933.

(FF#8) Titled and signed in pencil; also initialed and dated on the stone. 14” x 11 1/8”. Edition unknown. BPL: [Titled as above and signed]; NYPL, 1948; RH. $300.

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Swede Hollow (St. Paul, Minnesota), 1933. (First Version).
Swede Hollow (St. Paul, Minnesota), 1933. (First Version).

(FF#9) Titled, signed and dated in pencil, and initialed and dated in the block in reverse. 10 1/2” x 11 3/4”. Edition 25. Similar, but reversed scene from the version executed under the same title “Swede Hollow” in 1936. JUNE 1, 1980. $2,000.

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My Studio, 1933.
My Studio, 1933.

(FF#10) Initialed and dated on the stone. Small-scale lithograph. 9” x 6”. Edition unknown. View of the artist’s attic studio and her cat, “Bumbles”. RH. $250.

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Community Garden, 1934.
Community Garden, 1934.

(FF#12) Titled and signed in pencil. 10” x 12”. Edition unknown. Oval-shaped naive gardening image, 10” x 12” BPL: [Listed in card catalogue as“Gardening Scene”]; in the permanent collection of the Weisman Art Museum; JUNE 1, 1980; RH. $450.

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Summer Afternoon, Alma (Wisconsin), 1935.
Summer Afternoon, Alma (Wisconsin), 1935.

(FF#17) 11 1/4" x 14 1/2”, plus full margins. Titled, signed, numbered, dated in pencil. and initialed on the stone. Edition 15. Only known Wisconsin scene by the artist of Alma, where she attended a summer artist’s retreat. In the permanent collection of the Library of Congress (#2010642294). No other references or exhibitions have been found for this print. Previously unknown, the edition of 15 lithographs was discovered in 2019 in Neillsville, Wisconsin. $750.

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Last Port of Call, 1935.
Last Port of Call, 1935.

(FF#18) Titled, signed, dated and numbered in pencil from the edition of 20. 11 7/8” x 13 7/8”. BPL: [Numbered “19/20”]; in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art (Dave and Reba Williams Collection); NYPL, 1948; JUNE, 980; RH. NFS

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Spring in the Marsh, 1935.
Spring in the Marsh, 1935.

(FF#18) Titled, signed and numbered in pencil from the edition of 20. 9 3/4” x 12 7/8”. BPL: [Titled, dated, signed and numbered 10/20]; NYPL, 1948; RAA,1973; JUNE 1, 1980; RH. $500.

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Pool in the Woods—The Mirror, c. 1935.
Pool in the Woods—The Mirror, c. 1935.

(FF#22) (Also sometimes titled “Central Park”) Titled and signed in pencil. 11 1/4” x 14 1/2”. Edition unknown. NYPL, 1948: [“The Mirror”]; JUNE 1, 1980: [“Pond in the Woods”]; RH. $400.

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Snug Harbor, Staten Island, 1936.
Snug Harbor, Staten Island, 1936.

(FF#26) (Variant title: “Snug Harbor”) Titled, signed, dated and numbered in pencil. 13 13/16” x 9 3/4”. Edition of 25. BPL: [Titled as above, signed, dated and numbered 10/25]; NYPL, 1948; RAA, 1973; JUNE 1, 1980; RH; MET. $1,500.

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Les Trois Soeurs-Percé,  (Gaspé Peninsula), 1936.
Les Trois Soeurs-Percé, (Gaspé Peninsula), 1936.

(FF#27) Titled, signed, dated and numbered in pencil from the edition of 25. 9 15/16” x 13 9/16”. Image of three hilltops above the bay. BPL:[As described above, numbered “23/25”]; NYPL, 1948; RAA, 1973; JUNE 1, 1980; pictured, or a variation of the same scene pictured in the artist’s book Sea Bird Island, 1939. $1,500.

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Place of the Gulls, Bonaventure Island, (Nova Scotia), 1936.
Place of the Gulls, Bonaventure Island, (Nova Scotia), 1936.

(FF#29) Variant title: “Place of the Gulls”) Titled, signed, dated and numbered in pencil from the edition of 25. 16 1/8” x 12 1/2”. BPL: [Titled “Place of the Gulls”, signed, dated and number 20/25]; NYPL, 1948; JUNE 1,1980; RH; "Sea Dust"; "Sea-Bird Island": [Two similar images of the same scene, on page 57 and page 77]; Prosser. NFS

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