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Spring Dance Oil, Anne Granick, 1985

Lost Art Salon

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Spring Dance Oil, Anne Granick, 1985

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Product Information

Vintage, antique, or gently used
oil on stretched canvas
33"L x 1"W x 40"H

Why We Love This

"1985 oil painting titled Spring Dance by New York artist and art collector Anne Granick (1911-2006), who was a self-taught artist and a dancer for the Martha Graham Company in New York. She is known for her figures that often use the movements and forms of dance as a medium of expression. She and her husband, Arthur, collected and befriended many noted artists including Mark Rothko, Milton Avery, David Burliuk, Jennings Tofel and Adolph Gotlieb. Unframed. Shipped with standard-size archival mat."

About Lost Art Salon

For the past 11 years, artists Rob Delamater and Gaetan Caron’s Lost Art Salon has been a hub of inspiration and affordable period artwork ( called it “an obsessive collector’s stash of original 20th-century works”). Their fine-art collection includes thousands of original works from rediscovered and historically significant 20th-century and contemporary artists, with all framing done in-studio. In this mix: desirable pieces from their most collectible artists, including their own works.