"The Brooklyn Bridge" (ca. 1950), lithograph in two colors, 16 1/4" x 10", signed, titled and numbered 6/12 in pencil by the artist, in very good condition.
After studying at Columbia's School of Architecture, the National Academy of Design and the Sorbonne in Paris, Mark Freeman (1908-) acquired wide recognition as an artist during his six decade long career. He was fascinated with changes in urban environments which is reflected in his art work. He was an innovator in the early use of airbrush rendering in color. Freeman's work is widely exhibited through the United States and abroad. His works are in the collections of more than 20 major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney and Philadelphia museums and the British museum in London.
This work is presented in a cross-strapped half-rounded black 20 3/8" x 26 5/8" frame and olive green over orange and yellow washed wood fillet. The Vermeer black linen outer and inner mats are acid and lignin free museum quality with CYRO AR OP-3 UV ..... $1,500.00