Sidney Gross

American, 1921 - 1969
Sidney Gross showed early promise as a painter of significance. He attended the Art Students League on scholarship, and later taught there in the 1960s. He died at the height of his career. Unfortunately, unlike many of his contemporaries whose work became more valuable after their deaths, circumstances combined to obscure his work. He had no children; his first wife died; his wife of a few months donated over 100 paintings to Art Students League, which is not an exhibiting institution; his sister put an equal number in storage; the owner of the long time Rehn Gallery, which had given him almost annual solo exhibits from 1949 to 1969 died leaving no family members to take over the gallery. His assistant kept it going for a few more years.
Sidney Gross Paintings Art 
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