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Art Deco Woman

Documentation Signed
Origin United States, Florida
Period 1950-1979
Materials mixed media on board
Dimensions
W. 10 in; H. 12 in; D. 1 in;
W. 25.4 cm; H. 30.48 cm; D. 2.54 cm;
Condition Good. very good
Creation Date 1950
Description Stylized Art Deco pastel, watercolor, pencil depicting woman profile faces against a brown background.
Signed "G. Kaitz" at the bottom left, 11 x 9 on crescent board. Regarded as one of the last of the American Art Deco Masters. The singular art of Gustave Kaitz may be described as a highly stylized wellspring of illusion, imagery, and symbolism. Born in Brooklyn in 1913, the son of Eastern European Jewish immigrants, Gustave Kaitz started painting professionally as a young man selling his Art Deco originals to Gimbel’s and Fortunoff department stores, and Greenwich Village galleries. Gustave studied painting at the School of Art at Cooper Union and Philosophy at Brooklyn College. By the age of twenty-two, the young artist was the proprietor of his own studio in Manhattan. Through the years both disciplines – art and philosophy – guided his work and his heart. Kaitz developed a unique style of painting, his art taking on untried visions through his conceptual Deco works of the times, employing mixed media of watercolors, pastels, and pencil, painted on board. Exhibitions: The Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, CA showcased Kaitz’s Deco Conceptual Art. 1st Exhibit Flatbush Chamber of Commerce, ’33 Modem Mode Gallery 8th Street, NYC James Mont Gallery 57th Street, NYC Gustave Kaitz Studio ’34 Brooklyn, NY Gustave Katiz Studio ’35 Manhattan, NY Maison Decor 57th Street. NYC Contemporary Art Centeribition Manhattan, NY La Parisienne Manhattan, NY Grace Line Steamships New York City Century Theaters Astoria, NY Le Moderne 56th Street, NYC Ronell Galleries Brooklyn, NY Catskill Art Society & Museum Hurleyville, NY Le Moyne College Syracuse, NY Loring Gallery Cedarhurst, NY Synechia Arts Council Middletown, NY Rotary International Monticello, NY Miller Gallery San Francisco, CA Playboy Club Great Gorge, NJ lsman Gallery Madison Avenue, NYC Art Spectrum 63rd Street, NYC Prime Design Galleries Lexington Avenue, NYC Zoma Gallery Columbus Avenue, NYC Convention Hall Atlantic City, NJ Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Narrowsburg, NY Turner Galleries Washington, DC Welcome, Home Gallery Columbus Avenue. NYC Artisan Galleries Second Avenue, NYC Winkler Cinema Productions New York City West Central Graphics Columbus Avenue, NYC Art Expo ’84 New York Coliseum, NYC Cosmopolitan Magazine International Art News Magazine International Wallcoverings Magazine International South & West Magazine National Hudson Valley Magazine New York State Poetry Windsor Magazine Canada Panorama Magazine National Ehrenberg Galleries Middletown, NY Shadowland Ellenville, NY Robin Hutchins Gallery Maplewood, NJ Keller Galleries Liberty, NY Stuart Galleries Seventh Avenue, NYC Sterling Gallery Miami Beach, FL Saran Glass Arts International Marco Island, FL Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center ’86,’87 New York City Castle Books International Distribution Concord Art Gallery Kiamesha Lake, NY Private Collections: United States, Canada, England, South America, Germany, Italy, Israel, Hong-Kong.
Styles / Movements Modernism, Post War, Surrealism
Incollect Reference Number 341530
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