A. Wyndham Lewis (b. 1883-d. 1957) Cubist portrait oil painting on canvas, signed "Lewis," lower left. Noted British artist, co-founded "Vortcism." Edited "Blast," in association with Ezra Pound. Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London. Custom original frame. See Wikipedia for more detailed biography and accomplishments. References: Davenports, Ask Art, etc. Dimensions: Artwork 9.5" H x 6.5" W. Frame: 15" W x 17.25" H.
Steven Sorman (b. 1948) collage/gouache on paper. Titled "Wax/Wane," signed and dated 1981. De-accessed from the AT&T Corporate Collection by noted a New England American Art Museum (See tags, verso). References: Ask Art, Davenports. In collections: MOMA, The Whitney, Stedeljk Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Tate Gallery (London), Toledo Museum of Art, etc. Custom brass framed. Dimensions: 18.5" H x 39.5" W.
Paul Nabb Modernist ink on paper, geometric and linear abstract composition, signed and dated 1953, lower right. Nabb is a well listed New York City artist who exhibited at The Whitney Museum of American Art. See: "Who Was Who in American Art," Davenports, Ask Art, etc. Custom matted and framed. Dimensions, framed: 18 1/2" H x 20" W. Artwork: 10 1/4" H x 13 1/2" W.
George Marinko (b. 1908---d, 1989) WPA style painting on canvas, entitled "Nachtmusic, signed an dated 1968, lower right. A very important American Surrealist, exhibited at MOMA's 1936 "Fantastic Art, Dada & Surrealism. A life long resident of Connecticut, studied under Lewis York and Yale's E. Savage. Worked on the Public Works of Art Project and then for the Federal Arts Project from 1938--19940. Well listed: Who Was Who in American Art, Davenports, Ask Art, etc. Dimensions, framed: 26" W x 29 3/4" H.
Sacha Kolin biomorphic abstract gouache composition on paper, signed and dated 1970 lower right in custom white lacquer frame. Well exhibited: Brooklyn Museum of Fine Art, The Whitney, NYC. In the permanent collection: Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian American Art Museum, etc. Well listed: Who Was Who in American Art, Davenports, etc. Reference: "Look Up the Life of Sacha Kolin" by Lisa Thaler, Mid March Art Press, NYC. Dimensions, framed: 30 3/4" W x 24 3/4" H.