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Nat Lowell Etching "The Cathedral Of St John The Divine Home"

Nat Lowell is a name to remember!!!  Born in Riga, Latvia, Nat Lowell emigrated to New York City and studied at the Art Students League with Carroll Beckwith, Gutzon Borglum, and Siddons Mowbray. He is best known for his detailed etchings of New York City and its landmarks.  He taught at Hunter College and at the New School in New York. His works are represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Newark Museum, the New York Public Library, the New York Historical Society, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Library of Congress.

His first published etchings date from around 1907. During the following forty years, Lowell concentrated his artistic talents upon the ever changing skyline of the city. Some of his etchings were published by the influential Associated American Artists, New York, who also published original graphic art by such leading individuals as Reginald Marsh, Grant Wood and Thomas Hart Benton.
"The Cathedral Of St John The Divine" was published by AAA in 1947 in a limited edition of 250.  The piece is framed which measures 14.5" wide x 18.5" tall.  Authenticity of the sealed piece is on the back of the frame. 

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