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Painter, Lithographer, Freskant, b. 1909 - d. 1970

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          • Marion Greenwood, Mississippi Girl; New Year's Eve (two works)
            Jul. 24, 2024

            Marion Greenwood, Mississippi Girl; New Year's Eve (two works)

            Est: $500 - $700

            Marion Greenwood Mississippi Girl; New Year's Eve (two works) 1942, 1945 lithograph 15.875 h x 12 w in (40 x 30 cm) 14 h x 12 w in (36 x 30 cm) Signed to lower margin of each work 'Marion Greenwood'. Titled to lower margin of one work 'New Year's Eve'. These works are from the editions of 250 published by Associated American Artists, New York. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • AMERICAN PORTRAIT PAINTING BY MARION GREENWOOD
            Jun. 30, 2024

            AMERICAN PORTRAIT PAINTING BY MARION GREENWOOD

            Est: $100 - $150

            Ink and graphite on paper drawing by Marion Kathryn Greenwood, 1909 to 1970, an American social realist artist and muralist. The artwork represents a portrait of a Latin American woman in traditional costume. Titled Girl in Rebozo in the lower right. Undated. Signed by the artist in the lower right. Wooden frame. Greenwood often traveled to Mexico as well as countries of Southeast Asia. She saw the goal of her work in going beyond ethnic and cultural stereotypes. Collectible Mid Century Graphic Art, Portraiture, Female Artists.

            Antique Arena Inc
          • Marion Greenwood "Gamin"
            Jun. 18, 2024

            Marion Greenwood "Gamin"

            Est: $100 - $150

            Date unknown, lithograph. Signed lower right

            Kiechel Auction
          • 2PC BERNARD STEFFEN / MARION GREENWOOD LITHOGRAPHS
            Jun. 09, 2024

            2PC BERNARD STEFFEN / MARION GREENWOOD LITHOGRAPHS

            Est: -

            2pc Bernard Steffen (1907-1980) / Marion Greenwood (1909-1970) Lithographs On Paper. Bernard Steffen lithograph signed in plate, Marion Greenwood signed in pencil. Frames measures 17"x22" / 19"x22.5", images measure 10"x15" / 10"x14". Keywords: Southwestern, Western; Ref: BD1043

            Bradford's
          • Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) "Mi Nino"
            May. 30, 2024

            Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) "Mi Nino"

            Est: $400 - $600

            Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) Lithograph on paper, titled "Mi Nino" Signed lower right and numbered 88/250 as published by Associated American Artists. Signed with pencil, l.r. Printed with black ink on cream wove paper with complete margins. Measures 13 3/4" x 10 1/2" Some even toning. Isamu Noguchi and Marion Greenwood worked together occasionally, having met in Paris in life drawing sessions at the Academie Colarossi and the Academie de le Grande Chaumiere. In 1929 he did a cast-iron portrait head of Greenwood, now at the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum. In the mid thirties he followed her to Mexico, and she gave him one of her walls to work on at the Abelardo Rodriguez Market in Mexico City, his first large work of public art.

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) "Black Eyed Susan"
            May. 30, 2024

            Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) "Black Eyed Susan"

            Est: $400 - $600

            Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) Lithograph on paper, titled "Black Eyed Susan" 1949. Ref: Windisch/ Cole 1047; LC 1, p. 180 with illust. Ed: 250 or fewer as published by Associated American Artists. Signed with pencil, l.r. Printed with black ink on cream wove paper with complete margins. Some even toning. 223 x 297 mm. (8 _ x 11 5/8 in.) IMarion Kathryn Greenwood was an American social realist artist who became popular starting in the 1920s and became renowned in both the United States and Mexico. She is most well known for her murals, but she also practiced easel painting, printmaking, and frescoes

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970), Black Pearl, Lithograph, Numbered 98/120, Unframed: 20 1/2 x 16 in. (52.1 x 40.6 cm.)
            May. 14, 2024

            Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970), Black Pearl, Lithograph, Numbered 98/120, Unframed: 20 1/2 x 16 in. (52.1 x 40.6 cm.)

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970), Black Pearl, Lithograph, Numbered 98/120, Property from the Estate of George Zorin

            Weschler's
          • Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970), Seated Woman, Lithograph, Numbered 98/120, Unframed: 20 1/2 x 16 in. (52.1 x 40.6 cm.)
            Apr. 30, 2024

            Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970), Seated Woman, Lithograph, Numbered 98/120, Unframed: 20 1/2 x 16 in. (52.1 x 40.6 cm.)

            Est: $400 - $600

            Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970), Seated Woman, Lithograph, Numbered 98/120, Property from the Estate of George Zorin

            Weschler's
          • Signed Marion Greenwood “Hong Kong Girl" Etching
            Mar. 24, 2024

            Signed Marion Greenwood “Hong Kong Girl" Etching

            Est: -

            Frame: 17L x 21H Etching: 9L x 12.75H Property of West Valley Art Museum, Peoria, AZ This signed Marion Greenwood etching titled"Hong Kong Girl" offers a captivating black and white portrayal of a woman sitting on a chair. Greenwood's skilled hand brings the figure to life with intricate detail and expressive linework, capturing the essence of the subject with depth and emotion. The black and white palette adds a timeless quality to the artwork, highlighting the contrast and texture of the etching. With Greenwood's signature adding authenticity,this piece is a striking addition to any art collection, inviting viewers to contemplate the beauty and complexity of the human form. Marion Greenwood is one of America's most brilliant and dynamic women painters, andprobably one of the most traveled. New York born (1909) she first studied at the Art Student's League and in the Academie Colarosi in Paris. Her career is a distinguished one, both as a mural painter in the United StatesRH50284

            Monarch Auction and Estate Services
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) gouache on paper
            Mar. 23, 2024

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) gouache on paper

            Est: $500 - $800

            Great Aunt Jean Sue gouache on paper, 1937, signed Marion Greenwood '37 lower right.  28 x 22"

            Rachel Davis Fine Arts
          • MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909-1970).
            Feb. 22, 2024

            MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909-1970).

            Est: $100 - $1,000

            Chinese Street Urchin. Mixed media. Signed lower left. From a Pelham, NY collection.

            Clarke Auction Gallery
          • Marion Greenwood - Lithograph on Paper - "Mi Nino"
            Feb. 18, 2024

            Marion Greenwood - Lithograph on Paper - "Mi Nino"

            Est: -

            Marion Greenwood - Lithograph on Paper - "Mi Nino". Marion Greenwood (1909-1970). Print size: 17" x 13". Pickup is Monday, February 19th from 12pm to 6pm and Tuesday, February 20th from 10am to 3pm in Gahanna, Ohio 43230. (THIS IS THE ONLY PICKUP WINDOW) or we will provide in-house shipping for this item. We will charge a $3 delivery fee to take this lot to our warehouse for processing. Once packed up we will send you an invoice for shipping & handling. Shipping questions: [email protected] Sales tax will be collected for all bidders paying with a card. We will not charge sales tax if you come to pay cash in person (you are welcomed to do this!) If tax exempt, make sure your certificate is submitted with Invaluable.

            Burns Auction & Appraisal, LLC.
          • MARION GREENWOOD DRAWING
            Dec. 29, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD DRAWING

            Est: $200 - $300

            MARION GREENWOOD ARTIST SIGNED FRAMED DRAWING UNDER GLASS, APPROXIMATEY 18 IN X 19 1/2 IN OVERALL

            Dennis Auction Service
          • MARION GREENWOOD DRAWING
            Dec. 29, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD DRAWING

            Est: $200 - $300

            MARION GREENWOOD ARTIST SIGNED FRAMED DRAWING UNDER GLASS, APPROXIMATEY 15 1/2 IN X 18 1/2 IN OVERALL

            Dennis Auction Service
          • Marion GREENWOOD: "Indito" - Lithograph
            Dec. 29, 2023

            Marion GREENWOOD: "Indito" - Lithograph

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) lithograph titled "Indito" (Indian Boy), pencil signed lower right and titled lower left. Framed and matted under glass. [Sight: 17 1/2" H x 13 1/2" W; Frame: 23" H x 19 1/4" W]. Paper with mat burn and toning, otherwise good condition.

            Roland Auctions NY
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Charcoal on Paper
            Dec. 17, 2023

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Charcoal on Paper

            Est: $400 - $600

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970), A portrait of a Mexican child, charcoal on paper. Signed and dated 1933 lower right.  Dimensions: 18 1/2" x 16 1/2", the frame 21" x 19".  Provenance: Property from a Pennsylvania Collection.  Footnote: Marion Kathryn Greenwood (April 6, 1909-August 20, 1970) Was an American social realist artist who became popular starting in the 1920s and became renowned in both the United States and Mexico. Greenwood is most well known for her murals, but she also practiced easel painting, printmaking, and frescoes. Diego Rivera referred to Greenwood as "One of the greatest living women mural painters".  She traveled to Mexico, Hong Kong, Burma, and India depicting peoples of different cultures and ethnicities and paying special attention to oppressed people in underdeveloped locations. 

            Locati LLC
          • Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) Charcoal on Paper
            Dec. 17, 2023

            Marion Greenwood (1909 - 1970) Charcoal on Paper

            Est: $300 - $500

            A portrait of a Mexican woman in profile, signed and dated for 1933 at the lower right corner, also indicated as being done in Mexico.  Marion Kathryn Greenwood (April 6, 1909 – August 20, 1970)[1] was an American social realist artist who became popular starting in the 1920s and became renowned in both the United States and Mexico. She is most well known for her murals, but she also practiced easel painting, printmaking, and frescoes. Diego Rivera referred to Greenwood as "One of the greatest living women mural painters".  She traveled to Mexico, Hong Kong, Burma, and India depicting peoples of different cultures and ethnicities and paying special attention to oppressed people in underdeveloped locations.    Dimensions: 21" x 31", the frame 23" x 33". 

            Locati LLC
          • MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909 - 1970)
            Dec. 10, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909 - 1970)

            Est: $300 - $500

            LOT OF THREE LITHOGRAPHS: A. "Carnival in Kripplebush"; 1944; Lithograph Mounted on Illustration Board; 9.5" x 12.75"; Signed Lower Right; Unframed / B. "Fringed Scarf"; 1946; Lithograph Mounted on Illustration Board; 11" x 9"; Signed Lower Right; Unframed / C. "Mexican Harvest"; 1941; Lithograph Mounted on Illustration Board; 10" x 13.75"; Signed Lower Right; Unframed.

            James Cox Gallery
          • MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909 - 1970)
            Dec. 10, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909 - 1970)

            Est: $300 - $500

            LOT OF TWO CHARCOAL STUDIES: A. "Prema Mallya"; 1947; Charcoal on Paper; 19" x 12.5"; Signed Lower Left; Unframed / B. "Taracan Indian"; 1933; Charcoal on Paper; 19" x 11"; Signed Lower Right; Unframed.

            James Cox Gallery
          • Marion Greenwood Lithograph
            Nov. 30, 2023

            Marion Greenwood Lithograph

            Est: $50 - $100

            Marion Greenwood Lithograph American 1909-1970, "8th St. Odalisque; relining lady, sight 13" x 19", matted in frame 19" x 25". CONDITION: Very fine, not examined out of frame.

            Barry S. Slosberg Inc
          • Marion Greenwood, Gamin; The Window (two works)
            Nov. 16, 2023

            Marion Greenwood, Gamin; The Window (two works)

            Est: $500 - $700

            Marion Greenwood Gamin; The Window (two works) 1950, 1958 lithograph 16.5 h x 12.5 w in (42 x 32 cm) 12 h x 16 w in (30 x 41 cm) Signed to lower right of each work 'Marion Greenwood'. These works are from the editions of unknown sizes published by the Associated American Artists, New York. Sold with publisher's label hinged to mat of each work. Literature: AAA/Czestochowski 1950.026, 1958.003 This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909-1970).
            Nov. 12, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD (AMERICAN, 1909-1970).

            Est: $300 - $500

            Chinese Street Urchin. Mixed media. Signed lower left. From a Pelham, NY collection.

            Clarke Auction Gallery
          • MARION GREENWOOD FOUR PENCIL SIGNED LITHOS
            Nov. 01, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD FOUR PENCIL SIGNED LITHOS

            Est: $50 - $500

            Marion Greenwood (1909-1970) The four pencil signed lithographs by Marion Greenwood: 1. Sampan Girl lithograph published by Associated American Artists in 1967 is signed by the artist in pencil below the image lower right and titled lower center, numbered 88 from an edition of 250. Image measures 13.75 x 9.5, sheet size 18 x 13 inches. 2. Coolie Woman (x2) lithographs from an edition of 250 prints published by Associated American Artists in 1947 are signed by the artist in pencil below the images lower right. Images measure 13.5 x 8.25, sheet sizes 16 x 11 inches. 3. Girl lithograph from an edition of 250 prints published by Associated American Artists in 1965 is signed by the artist in pencil below the image lower right and titled by the original AAA publisher's label. Image measures 13.5 x 10, sheet size 17 x 13 inches. Please see description for measurements. Without proof of exemption, be aware that internet sales tax applies to all Internet transactions and local sales tax may apply to local pick-up transactions. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

            Dirk Soulis Auctions
          • MARION GREENWOOD THREE PENCIL SIGNED LITHOS
            Nov. 01, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD THREE PENCIL SIGNED LITHOS

            Est: $50 - $500

            Marion Greenwood (1909-1970) The three pencil signed lithographs by Marion Greenwood: 1. The Window lithograph from an edition of 250 prints published by Associated American Artists in 1950 is signed by the artist in pencil below the image lower right. Image size 9.5 x 12.5, sheet measures 11.25 x 14.25 inches. 2. Haitian Musicians lithograph from an edition of 250 prints published by Associated American Artists in 1953 is signed by the artist in pencil below the image lower right. Image size 9 x 14, sheet measures 12.5 x 16 inches. 3. Carib Child lithograph noted as an Artist's Proof edition lower center, titled lower left and signed lower right. This was also a AAA print sold in 1964 in an edition of 250 and titled Carib Girl. Image measures 14 x 11.5, sheet size 19 x 14.5 inches. Please see description for measurements. Without proof of exemption, be aware that internet sales tax applies to all Internet transactions and local sales tax may apply to local pick-up transactions. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

            Dirk Soulis Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), child's portrait, 1934, graphite on paper, 18" x 13"W
            Oct. 28, 2023

            Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), child's portrait, 1934, graphite on paper, 18" x 13"W

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) child's portrait, 1934 graphite on paper Signed and dated lower right. Biography from Mint Museum of Art: The following is courtesy of Martha Tonissen Mayberry, Registrar, The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina: Marion Greenwood, muralist, easel painter and lithographer who spent much time in Mexico and the Orient as well as the United States, is one of the more traveled female artists of the early and mid 20th Century. New York born, she first studied at the Art Students League in New York City, and at the Academie Colarossi in Paris. Until 1932, Marion Greenwood worked in oils, lithography and portraits in New York and the American Indian country of the Southwest. Then she went to Mexico to study fresco painting and was caught up in the awakening mural renaissance, and from 1932 to 1936 worked on fresco murals for the Mexican Government. In 1936 she returned to New York and embarked upon several large murals for the Federal Arts Projects till 1940 when, after another visit to Europe, she returned to easel painting. During the war Miss Greenwood was one of only two women artist correspondent for the United States Army, creating a series of paintings for the Army Medical Department depicting the work of that unit in the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers. She also created many war bond posters. In 1944 she held her first one-person exhibition of paintings in the Associated American Artists Galleries in New York. When in 1946 an opportunity that afforded travel through India and China presented itself, Marion Greenwood left the United States, and for more than a year, she created many works of art of her impressions and scenes in that part of the world. A one-woman exhibition of these works was held in the Associated American Artists Galleries in December 1947, and again in Chicago in March 1948. One of the works from this show was acquired for the permanent collection of the University of Georgia, and more than fifty-five of her oils, gouaches and sketches were sold to private collections from this exhibition. Over the years she has exhibited in all the major national group shows: the Metropolitan, The Whitney, Brooklyn Museum, the Carnegie International, National Academy, Corcoran Art Gallery, Worcester Museum, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago. Her canvases and lithographs have been acquired for many public collections including that of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, Newark Museum, Encyclopedia Britannica, American Academy of Fine Arts, New York Public Library, New Britain Art Institute, Bibliotheque Nationale Paris, Yale University, and many private collections Maurice Wertheim, Joseph Hirshhorn, and others. Her works have been reproduced in many books on American Art, and several articles have been written about her. In 1952, she was awarded the First Altman Prize of the 127th National Academy Annual, and in 1951, the Walter Lippincott Award of the Pennsylvania Academy Annual. She also received the John Herron Art Institute Lithograph Prize in 1946, the Second Prize in the Carnegie Annual 1944 as well as popular prize votes of the Carnegie and Worcester Museum shows. She traveled to the West Indies where she made some wonderfully exciting studies of Haitian life and she exhibited this work in the fall of 1952 at the Associated American Artists Galleries. In 1954-1955, she was a visiting Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Tennessee. While at the University she painted a large mural for the University Center, depicting the music, dance, and folklore of Tennessee.

            Ripley Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Haitian Musicians, lithograph, 10 1/8"H x 14 3/4"W (sight), 16"H x 20 1/8"W (mat)
            Oct. 28, 2023

            Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Haitian Musicians, lithograph, 10 1/8"H x 14 3/4"W (sight), 16"H x 20 1/8"W (mat)

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) Haitian Musicians lithograph Pencil signed lower right. Biography from Mint Museum of Art: The following is courtesy of Martha Tonissen Mayberry, Registrar, The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina: Marion Greenwood, muralist, easel painter and lithographer who spent much time in Mexico and the Orient as well as the United States, is one of the more traveled female artists of the early and mid 20th Century. New York born, she first studied at the Art Students League in New York City, and at the Academie Colarossi in Paris. Until 1932, Marion Greenwood worked in oils, lithography and portraits in New York and the American Indian country of the Southwest. Then she went to Mexico to study fresco painting and was caught up in the awakening mural renaissance, and from 1932 to 1936 worked on fresco murals for the Mexican Government. In 1936 she returned to New York and embarked upon several large murals for the Federal Arts Projects till 1940 when, after another visit to Europe, she returned to easel painting. During the war Miss Greenwood was one of only two women artist correspondent for the United States Army, creating a series of paintings for the Army Medical Department depicting the work of that unit in the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers. She also created many war bond posters. In 1944 she held her first one-person exhibition of paintings in the Associated American Artists Galleries in New York. When in 1946 an opportunity that afforded travel through India and China presented itself, Marion Greenwood left the United States, and for more than a year, she created many works of art of her impressions and scenes in that part of the world. A one-woman exhibition of these works was held in the Associated American Artists Galleries in December 1947, and again in Chicago in March 1948. One of the works from this show was acquired for the permanent collection of the University of Georgia, and more than fifty-five of her oils, gouaches and sketches were sold to private collections from this exhibition. Over the years she has exhibited in all the major national group shows: the Metropolitan, The Whitney, Brooklyn Museum, the Carnegie International, National Academy, Corcoran Art Gallery, Worcester Museum, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago. Her canvases and lithographs have been acquired for many public collections including that of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, Newark Museum, Encyclopedia Britannica, American Academy of Fine Arts, New York Public Library, New Britain Art Institute, Bibliotheque Nationale Paris, Yale University, and many private collections Maurice Wertheim, Joseph Hirshhorn, and others. Her works have been reproduced in many books on American Art, and several articles have been written about her. In 1952, she was awarded the First Altman Prize of the 127th National Academy Annual, and in 1951, the Walter Lippincott Award of the Pennsylvania Academy Annual. She also received the John Herron Art Institute Lithograph Prize in 1946, the Second Prize in the Carnegie Annual 1944 as well as popular prize votes of the Carnegie and Worcester Museum shows. She traveled to the West Indies where she made some wonderfully exciting studies of Haitian life and she exhibited this work in the fall of 1952 at the Associated American Artists Galleries. In 1954-1955, she was a visiting Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Tennessee. While at the University she painted a large mural for the University Center, depicting the music, dance, and folklore of Tennessee.

            Ripley Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Iberian Motif, lithograph, 13"H x 18"W (sheet)
            Oct. 28, 2023

            Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Iberian Motif, lithograph, 13"H x 18"W (sheet)

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) Iberian Motif lithograph Pencil signed lower right, titled lower left. Biography from Mint Museum of Art: The following is courtesy of Martha Tonissen Mayberry, Registrar, The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina: Marion Greenwood, muralist, easel painter and lithographer who spent much time in Mexico and the Orient as well as the United States, is one of the more traveled female artists of the early and mid 20th Century. New York born, she first studied at the Art Students League in New York City, and at the Academie Colarossi in Paris. Until 1932, Marion Greenwood worked in oils, lithography and portraits in New York and the American Indian country of the Southwest. Then she went to Mexico to study fresco painting and was caught up in the awakening mural renaissance, and from 1932 to 1936 worked on fresco murals for the Mexican Government. In 1936 she returned to New York and embarked upon several large murals for the Federal Arts Projects till 1940 when, after another visit to Europe, she returned to easel painting. During the war Miss Greenwood was one of only two women artist correspondent for the United States Army, creating a series of paintings for the Army Medical Department depicting the work of that unit in the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers. She also created many war bond posters. In 1944 she held her first one-person exhibition of paintings in the Associated American Artists Galleries in New York. When in 1946 an opportunity that afforded travel through India and China presented itself, Marion Greenwood left the United States, and for more than a year, she created many works of art of her impressions and scenes in that part of the world. A one-woman exhibition of these works was held in the Associated American Artists Galleries in December 1947, and again in Chicago in March 1948. One of the works from this show was acquired for the permanent collection of the University of Georgia, and more than fifty-five of her oils, gouaches and sketches were sold to private collections from this exhibition. Over the years she has exhibited in all the major national group shows: the Metropolitan, The Whitney, Brooklyn Museum, the Carnegie International, National Academy, Corcoran Art Gallery, Worcester Museum, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago. Her canvases and lithographs have been acquired for many public collections including that of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, Newark Museum, Encyclopedia Britannica, American Academy of Fine Arts, New York Public Library, New Britain Art Institute, Bibliotheque Nationale Paris, Yale University, and many private collections Maurice Wertheim, Joseph Hirshhorn, and others. Her works have been reproduced in many books on American Art, and several articles have been written about her. In 1952, she was awarded the First Altman Prize of the 127th National Academy Annual, and in 1951, the Walter Lippincott Award of the Pennsylvania Academy Annual. She also received the John Herron Art Institute Lithograph Prize in 1946, the Second Prize in the Carnegie Annual 1944 as well as popular prize votes of the Carnegie and Worcester Museum shows. She traveled to the West Indies where she made some wonderfully exciting studies of Haitian life and she exhibited this work in the fall of 1952 at the Associated American Artists Galleries. In 1954-1955, she was a visiting Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Tennessee. While at the University she painted a large mural for the University Center, depicting the music, dance, and folklore of Tennessee.

            Ripley Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Coolie Woman, 1957, lithograph, 16"H x 11"W
            Oct. 28, 2023

            Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Coolie Woman, 1957, lithograph, 16"H x 11"W

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) Coolie Woman, 1957 lithograph Pencil signed lower right. Exhibited: La Jolla Museum of Art, CA Biography from Mint Museum of Art: The following is courtesy of Martha Tonissen Mayberry, Registrar, The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina: Marion Greenwood, muralist, easel painter and lithographer who spent much time in Mexico and the Orient as well as the United States, is one of the more traveled female artists of the early and mid 20th Century. New York born, she first studied at the Art Students League in New York City, and at the Academie Colarossi in Paris. Until 1932, Marion Greenwood worked in oils, lithography and portraits in New York and the American Indian country of the Southwest. Then she went to Mexico to study fresco painting and was caught up in the awakening mural renaissance, and from 1932 to 1936 worked on fresco murals for the Mexican Government. In 1936 she returned to New York and embarked upon several large murals for the Federal Arts Projects till 1940 when, after another visit to Europe, she returned to easel painting. During the war Miss Greenwood was one of only two women artist correspondent for the United States Army, creating a series of paintings for the Army Medical Department depicting the work of that unit in the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers. She also created many war bond posters. In 1944 she held her first one-person exhibition of paintings in the Associated American Artists Galleries in New York. When in 1946 an opportunity that afforded travel through India and China presented itself, Marion Greenwood left the United States, and for more than a year, she created many works of art of her impressions and scenes in that part of the world. A one-woman exhibition of these works was held in the Associated American Artists Galleries in December 1947, and again in Chicago in March 1948. One of the works from this show was acquired for the permanent collection of the University of Georgia, and more than fifty-five of her oils, gouaches and sketches were sold to private collections from this exhibition. Over the years she has exhibited in all the major national group shows: the Metropolitan, The Whitney, Brooklyn Museum, the Carnegie International, National Academy, Corcoran Art Gallery, Worcester Museum, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago. Her canvases and lithographs have been acquired for many public collections including that of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, Newark Museum, Encyclopedia Britannica, American Academy of Fine Arts, New York Public Library, New Britain Art Institute, Bibliotheque Nationale Paris, Yale University, and many private collections Maurice Wertheim, Joseph Hirshhorn, and others. Her works have been reproduced in many books on American Art, and several articles have been written about her. In 1952, she was awarded the First Altman Prize of the 127th National Academy Annual, and in 1951, the Walter Lippincott Award of the Pennsylvania Academy Annual. She also received the John Herron Art Institute Lithograph Prize in 1946, the Second Prize in the Carnegie Annual 1944 as well as popular prize votes of the Carnegie and Worcester Museum shows. She traveled to the West Indies where she made some wonderfully exciting studies of Haitian life and she exhibited this work in the fall of 1952 at the Associated American Artists Galleries. In 1954-1955, she was a visiting Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Tennessee. While at the University she painted a large mural for the University Center, depicting the music, dance, and folklore of Tennessee.

            Ripley Auctions
          • Marion GREENWOOD: "Indito" - Lithograph
            Oct. 20, 2023

            Marion GREENWOOD: "Indito" - Lithograph

            Est: $200 - $300

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) lithograph titled "Indito" (Indian Boy), pencil signed lower right and titled lower left. Framed and matted under glass. [Sight: 17 1/2" H x 13 1/2" W; Frame: 23" H x 19 1/4" W]. Paper with mat burn and toning, otherwise good condition.

            Roland Auctions NY
          • MARION GREENWOOD (New York/Mexico, 1909-1970), "Black Pearl", 1955., Lithograph, 16" x 12". Unframed.
            Oct. 19, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD (New York/Mexico, 1909-1970), "Black Pearl", 1955., Lithograph, 16" x 12". Unframed.

            Est: $300 - $500

            MARION GREENWOOD New York/Mexico, 1909-1970 "Black Pearl", 1955. Published by Associated American Artists, New York. Printed in 1970. Edition of 120. Stamped signature.

            Eldred's
          • MARION GREENWOOD (1909-1970)
            Oct. 15, 2023

            MARION GREENWOOD (1909-1970)

            Est: $150 - $300

            robed figure seated charcoal on paper signed "Marion Greenwood, Mexico" lower left 17 x 10.75 in., sight - w. 18 x h. 25 in. (frame)

            ACES Gallery
          • Marion GREENWOOD: "Daydream" or "Day Dream".
            Oct. 07, 2023

            Marion GREENWOOD: "Daydream" or "Day Dream".

            Est: $150 - $200

            Marion GREENWOOD (American, 1909-1970): "Daydream" or "Day Dream". Lithograph on wove paper, 1961. Reference: Windisch, Cole, and Herbaugh 1363. Published by Associated American Artists (AAA), in an edition of 250. Signed in pencil. Image size: 14 x 10 1/2 inches.

            Armstrong Fine Art
          • Marion GREENWOOD: "Fringed Scarf".
            Oct. 07, 2023

            Marion GREENWOOD: "Fringed Scarf".

            Est: $200 - $300

            Marion GREENWOOD (American, 1909-1970): "Fringed Scarf". Lithograph on wove paper, 1946. Reference: Windisch, Cole, and Herbaugh 783. Published by Associated American Artists (AAA), in an edition of 250. Signed in pencil. Image size: 11 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches.

            Armstrong Fine Art
          • Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Black Pearl, ca. 1955, lithograph, 16"H x 12"W (plate), 20 7/8"H x 16"W ("mat")
            Apr. 29, 2023

            Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), Black Pearl, ca. 1955, lithograph, 16"H x 12"W (plate), 20 7/8"H x 16"W ("mat")

            Est: $140 - $250

            Marion Greenwood New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) Black Pearl, ca. 1955 lithograph Numbered 31/120 lower left, signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in Brooklyn, Marion Greenwood became a recognized muralist as well as portrait and genre painter. She was widely traveled, and in 1932 while vacationing in Taxco, Mexico, completed a mural of native life that brought her to the attention of Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. This exposure led to other mural commissions in Mexico, but by 1940 she had shifted to easel painting. Many of her subjects dealt with the oppression of New York city life on diverse ethnic groups, but in the mid 1940s, she settled in the more rural environment of Woodstock, New York. She was a child prodigy artist who left high school to study at the Art Students League in New York with John Sloan and George Bridgeman. She was a resident portrait painter at Yaddo, a retreat for artists in Saratoga Springs, New York, and in her teens, she also studied in Paris at Academie Colarossi. In 1930, she sketched theater genre for The New York Times, and in 1931 made the first of several trips to the Southwest to paint Navajo Indians. From there she went to Mexico and became the first woman commissioned by the government as a muralist. She also became a prominent WPA muralist in the United States. She was elected to the National Academy of Design: ANA 1958, NA 1959. Source: Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, American Women Artists

            Ripley Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Indito (Indian Boy) Screenprint on paper
            Mar. 09, 2023

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Indito (Indian Boy) Screenprint on paper

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Indito (Indian Boy) Screenprint on paper 16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 cm) (sight) Signed and titled in pencil along lower edge Published by Associated American Artists HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Daydream Lithograph on paper 14 x 10-1/2
            Mar. 09, 2023

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Daydream Lithograph on paper 14 x 10-1/2

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Daydream Lithograph on paper 14 x 10-1/2 inches (35.6 x 26.7 cm) (image) Signed, titled, and inscribed in pencil along lower edge Published by Associated American Artists HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Charcoal by Marion Greenwood (1909-1970)
            Dec. 16, 2022

            Charcoal by Marion Greenwood (1909-1970)

            Est: $300 - $500

            Charcoal on paper of family group in Mexico at work. Signed in the lower right Marion Greenwood Mexico 1933. Image 18" x 13", frame 25" x 20". Light foxing on woven mat.

            Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Mother and Child Lithograph in colors on
            Dec. 15, 2022

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Mother and Child Lithograph in colors on

            Est: $150 - $250

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Mother and Child Lithograph in colors on paper 14 x 10 inches (35.6 x 25.4 cm) (image) Signed in pencil lower right HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Daydream Lithograph on paper 14 x 10-1/2
            Dec. 15, 2022

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Daydream Lithograph on paper 14 x 10-1/2

            Est: $150 - $250

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Daydream Lithograph on paper 14 x 10-1/2 inches (35.6 x 26.7 cm) (image) Signed, titled, and inscribed in pencil along lower edge Published by Associated American Artists HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Indito (Indian Boy) Screenprint on paper
            Dec. 15, 2022

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Indito (Indian Boy) Screenprint on paper

            Est: $150 - $250

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Indito (Indian Boy) Screenprint on paper 16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 cm) (sight) Signed and titled in pencil along lower edge Published by Associated American Artists HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Sampam Girl Oil on canvas 28 x 20 inches
            Dec. 15, 2022

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Sampam Girl Oil on canvas 28 x 20 inches

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Sampam Girl Oil on canvas 28 x 20 inches (71.1 x 50.8 cm) Signed lower left: Marion Greenwood Signed and titled on the stretcher bar: Sampam Girl Marion Greenwood HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • MARION GREENWOOD AMERICAN 1909-1970
            Nov. 12, 2022

            MARION GREENWOOD AMERICAN 1909-1970

            Est: $600 - $900

            Portrait of a Young Girl (Titled Girl in Reboso), encil and charcoal, 19 x 13 in (48.3 x 33 cm), framed 27 x 20 in (68.6 x 50.8 cm), signed lower right

            Trinity International Auctions & Appraisals, LLC
          • Marion Greenwood, (American, 1909-1970), Carib Mother, 1954, lithograph, 13 1/4" x 9 1/8"
            Aug. 11, 2022

            Marion Greenwood, (American, 1909-1970), Carib Mother, 1954, lithograph, 13 1/4" x 9 1/8"

            Est: $100 - $200

            Marion Greenwood (American, 1909-1970) Carib Mother, 1954 lithograph signed in pencil lower margin edition of 250 13 1/4" x 9 1/8"

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Marion Greenwood., New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), China, 1946 portrait of a boy, watercolor on paper, 9 7/8"H x 6 1/2"W
            Jun. 04, 2022

            Marion Greenwood., New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), China, 1946 portrait of a boy, watercolor on paper, 9 7/8"H x 6 1/2"W

            Est: $200 - $300

            Marion Greenwood. New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) China, 1946 portrait of a boy watercolor on paper signed, dated and titled lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in Brooklyn, Marion Greenwood became a recognized muralist as well as portrait and genre painter. She was widely traveled, and in 1932 while vacationing in Taxco, Mexico, completed a mural of native life that brought her to the attention of Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. This exposure led to other mural commissions in Mexico, but by 1940 she had shifted to easel painting. Many of her subjects dealt with the oppression of New York city life on diverse ethnic groups, but in the mid 1940s, she settled in the more rural environment of Woodstock, New York. She was a child prodigy artist who left high school to study at the Art Students League in New York with John Sloan and George Bridgeman. She was a resident portrait painter at Yaddo, a retreat for artists in Saratoga Springs, New York, and in her teens, she also studied in Paris at Academie Colarossi. In 1930, she sketched theater genre for The New York Times, and in 1931 made the first of several trips to the Southwest to paint Navajo Indians. From there she went to Mexico and became the first woman commissioned by the government as a muralist. She also became a prominent WPA muralist in the United States. She was elected to the National Academy of Design: ANA 1958, NA 1959. Source: Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, American Women Artists

            Ripley Auctions
          • Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), China, 1946 portrait of a young woman, watercolor on paper, 13 7/8"H x 11"W
            Jun. 04, 2022

            Marion Greenwood, New York / Mexico (1909 - 1970), China, 1946 portrait of a young woman, watercolor on paper, 13 7/8"H x 11"W

            Est: $200 - $300

            Marion Greenwood New York / Mexico, (1909 - 1970) China, 1946 portrait of a young woman watercolor on paper signed, dated and titled lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in Brooklyn, Marion Greenwood became a recognized muralist as well as portrait and genre painter. She was widely traveled, and in 1932 while vacationing in Taxco, Mexico, completed a mural of native life that brought her to the attention of Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. This exposure led to other mural commissions in Mexico, but by 1940 she had shifted to easel painting. Many of her subjects dealt with the oppression of New York city life on diverse ethnic groups, but in the mid 1940s, she settled in the more rural environment of Woodstock, New York. She was a child prodigy artist who left high school to study at the Art Students League in New York with John Sloan and George Bridgeman. She was a resident portrait painter at Yaddo, a retreat for artists in Saratoga Springs, New York, and in her teens, she also studied in Paris at Academie Colarossi. In 1930, she sketched theater genre for The New York Times, and in 1931 made the first of several trips to the Southwest to paint Navajo Indians. From there she went to Mexico and became the first woman commissioned by the government as a muralist. She also became a prominent WPA muralist in the United States. She was elected to the National Academy of Design: ANA 1958, NA 1959. Source: Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, American Women Artists

            Ripley Auctions
          • MARION GREENWOOD (1909-1970)
            May. 22, 2022

            MARION GREENWOOD (1909-1970)

            Est: $300 - $400

            "Carnival in Kripplebush"; 1944; Lithograph; 9.5" x 12.5"; Signed Lower Right; Framed (under glass).

            James Cox Gallery
          • 3 Marion Greenwood lithographs
            May. 14, 2022

            3 Marion Greenwood lithographs

            Est: $150 - $250

            Marion Greenwood (American 1909-1970) 1). ''Wanderlust''- 14 3/4 x 11''; 2). ''Carib Mother''- 13 x 9''; and 3). ''Reverie''- 14 x 10 1/2'' 3 lithographs, all signed in pencil, published by AAA.

            Rachel Davis Fine Arts
          • Marion Greenwood Lithograph Coolie Woman
            Apr. 16, 2022

            Marion Greenwood Lithograph Coolie Woman

            Est: $25 - $100

            Signed. Frame measures 18 5/8 x 14 3/4 inches. Lithograph measures 14 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches.

            Matthew Bullock Auctioneers
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