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Jacobs, William (Herman Sachs Interest)
Original Wood Block Print "Hull-House Courtyard" By William Jacobs
William Jacob / Hull-House, Chicago, 1931. Wood Block Print, Image 10" X 6 7/8" With 1 1/4" Margins. Simple Wood Frame Printed Black, Glass. Browning, Light Dampstain At Edges Of Lower Right Margin. A Chicago Native, William Jacobs (1897-1973) Studied At The Art Institute Of Chicago And At Hull House. His Teachers Were The German-American Modernist Herman Sachs And Enella Benedict, The Artist-In-Residence Who Lived At Hull House. During The Early 1930S, Jacobs Painted In Dayton, Ohio, And Chicago. His Works Were Exhibited At The Art Institute Of Chicago, The Chicago Woman's Aid And The Jewish Women's Art Club. He Was Awarded The Artists' Guild Prize In Design From The Art Institute Of Chicago. As One Of The Wpa Artists During The Depression, He Participated In The Painting Of Murals In The Corridors Of Chicago's Spaulding High School. He Was Featured In The Hull-House Year Book 40Th Year" Issue (1929)The Book "Art Of Today: Chicago" Published In 1933. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
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