1928 Art By Victor Candell (1903 - 1977) A Card Designed for Albert Parsons Sachs, Book Collector.
(Americana - 20th Century - Art - WPA - Victor Candell)

New York, NY: Not Published, 1928. F An illustrated announcement card, noticing Sachs' change of address to a Brooklyn location; approx.. 4 1/2" x 6 1/4" size; printed black ink on quality cream white stiff paper stock, right edge deckle; signed in the plate Victor Candell '28; light tips wear; in very good condition. Albert Parsons Sachs was a chemical engineer in New York; a sale of his book collection occurred in 1932 at the Hopson-Ritter Galleries. Victor Candell (American, 1903-1977) born in Budapest, Hungary, a successful poster-maker branching out into caricatures and illustrations for theatrical journals and magazines, moved to New York an during 1921-1928 he worked at a variety of artistic pursuits: murals, portraits, illustrating children's books, member of the Whitney museum's WPA Project 1940-1950, taught at Cooper Union and in Provincetown, received numerous awards for his art work, including prizes from the Museum of Modern Art and the Unites States Treasury Department, the Emily Lowe Award, the Lamont Prize, and the Audubon and Silvermine Awards. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24076)


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