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    • Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)
      Mar. 02, 2024

      Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Myron Kozman Illinois, (1916-2002) Untitled, 1944 gouache on paper signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Myron Kozman was a painter of abstraction, a sculptor and screenprinter and is remembered as a pioneer in developing techniques for screenprinting. He studied at Grand Rapids Junior College and then in Chicago where he was one of the first five graduates of the Institute of Design (New Bauhaus) in Chicago. Myron Kozman later became a teacher there for twelve years. He worked closely with Moholy-Nagy, teaching him screenprinting, and was a WPA. (Works Progress Administration) artist. Exhibition venues for Myron Kozman included the Art Institute of Chicago, Artists Gallery of Chicago and London Art Gallery in London, England. A former student, Michael Kiley of Appleton, Wisconsin, wrote that "Myron Kozman also taught at The Layton School of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a number of years. He was the head of the design department there in the 60's. I was a former student of his in 1967-68. He was an interesting man with vast concepts and ideas. He would tell his students to try all things, be a sculptor, try painting, try designing commercially, etc. (Layton School of Art later became Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in the late 70's). Another student recalled that Myron Kozman taught at Lindenwood University (at the time Lindenwood College) in St. Charles, Missouri while she attended (1995-1998) "He taught only one class a semester, 2 days a week which was Advanced Painting. I remember it was always a fight at the registrars office to get into his class since it held maybe 15 students. It was also the only class that was pass/fail :) I was lucky enough to get into 3 of his classes. He was a small man with long gray hair in a ponytail, long beard, glasses, huge turquoise rings and bracelets and always wore monochromatic clothing. We students swore that he had been keeping some of his clothes since the 60's, where else would you find mens pastel pink pants? He was always quiet but he had such a slightly twisted sense of humor. Myron could give you a look from across the room and without saying anything you could tell he was making a joke either about what you were doing, how you were doing it or even what you were wearing that day or what you did the night before. He would walk around the room and if needed he would give you a critique and make suggestions but he was never pompus about it. I remember in my last class I had with him he brought in his art collection to share. Us students were somewhat I suppose annoyed in a way because we assumed that it was his art and after all, Myron had just had a show in teh gallery so we had just seen his work. Nope we were all flabergasted, it was his private art collection. He brought in about 20 works of art spanning from Maholy Nagi, Picasso, Dali lithographs, Mondrian etc etc. We just sat in a circle, he opened those boxes and he just passed those things around like it was nothing. I have to admit that I'm fairly certain that none of us washed our hands afterwards. It's not everyday that you can hold and touch such great works of art and not have a museum docent call the police." Sources include: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" Michale Kiley, Email to AskART, February 2003 Anonymous, Email to AskART, February 2005

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    • Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)
      Dec. 16, 2023

      Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Myron Kozman Illinois, (1916-2002) Untitled, 1944 gouache on paper signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Myron Kozman was a painter of abstraction, a sculptor and screenprinter and is remembered as a pioneer in developing techniques for screenprinting. He studied at Grand Rapids Junior College and then in Chicago where he was one of the first five graduates of the Institute of Design (New Bauhaus) in Chicago. Myron Kozman later became a teacher there for twelve years. He worked closely with Moholy-Nagy, teaching him screenprinting, and was a WPA. (Works Progress Administration) artist. Exhibition venues for Myron Kozman included the Art Institute of Chicago, Artists Gallery of Chicago and London Art Gallery in London, England. A former student, Michael Kiley of Appleton, Wisconsin, wrote that "Myron Kozman also taught at The Layton School of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a number of years. He was the head of the design department there in the 60's. I was a former student of his in 1967-68. He was an interesting man with vast concepts and ideas. He would tell his students to try all things, be a sculptor, try painting, try designing commercially, etc. (Layton School of Art later became Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in the late 70's). Another student recalled that Myron Kozman taught at Lindenwood University (at the time Lindenwood College) in St. Charles, Missouri while she attended (1995-1998) "He taught only one class a semester, 2 days a week which was Advanced Painting. I remember it was always a fight at the registrars office to get into his class since it held maybe 15 students. It was also the only class that was pass/fail :) I was lucky enough to get into 3 of his classes. He was a small man with long gray hair in a ponytail, long beard, glasses, huge turquoise rings and bracelets and always wore monochromatic clothing. We students swore that he had been keeping some of his clothes since the 60's, where else would you find mens pastel pink pants? He was always quiet but he had such a slightly twisted sense of humor. Myron could give you a look from across the room and without saying anything you could tell he was making a joke either about what you were doing, how you were doing it or even what you were wearing that day or what you did the night before. He would walk around the room and if needed he would give you a critique and make suggestions but he was never pompus about it. I remember in my last class I had with him he brought in his art collection to share. Us students were somewhat I suppose annoyed in a way because we assumed that it was his art and after all, Myron had just had a show in teh gallery so we had just seen his work. Nope we were all flabergasted, it was his private art collection. He brought in about 20 works of art spanning from Maholy Nagi, Picasso, Dali lithographs, Mondrian etc etc. We just sat in a circle, he opened those boxes and he just passed those things around like it was nothing. I have to admit that I'm fairly certain that none of us washed our hands afterwards. It's not everyday that you can hold and touch such great works of art and not have a museum docent call the police." Sources include: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" Michale Kiley, Email to AskART, February 2003 Anonymous, Email to AskART, February 2005

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    • Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)
      Oct. 28, 2023

      Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Myron Kozman Illinois, (1916-2002) Untitled, 1944 gouache on paper signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Myron Kozman was a painter of abstraction, a sculptor and screenprinter and is remembered as a pioneer in developing techniques for screenprinting. He studied at Grand Rapids Junior College and then in Chicago where he was one of the first five graduates of the Institute of Design (New Bauhaus) in Chicago. Myron Kozman later became a teacher there for twelve years. He worked closely with Moholy-Nagy, teaching him screenprinting, and was a WPA. (Works Progress Administration) artist. Exhibition venues for Myron Kozman included the Art Institute of Chicago, Artists Gallery of Chicago and London Art Gallery in London, England. A former student, Michael Kiley of Appleton, Wisconsin, wrote that "Myron Kozman also taught at The Layton School of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a number of years. He was the head of the design department there in the 60's. I was a former student of his in 1967-68. He was an interesting man with vast concepts and ideas. He would tell his students to try all things, be a sculptor, try painting, try designing commercially, etc. (Layton School of Art later became Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in the late 70's). Another student recalled that Myron Kozman taught at Lindenwood University (at the time Lindenwood College) in St. Charles, Missouri while she attended (1995-1998) "He taught only one class a semester, 2 days a week which was Advanced Painting. I remember it was always a fight at the registrars office to get into his class since it held maybe 15 students. It was also the only class that was pass/fail :) I was lucky enough to get into 3 of his classes. He was a small man with long gray hair in a ponytail, long beard, glasses, huge turquoise rings and bracelets and always wore monochromatic clothing. We students swore that he had been keeping some of his clothes since the 60's, where else would you find mens pastel pink pants? He was always quiet but he had such a slightly twisted sense of humor. Myron could give you a look from across the room and without saying anything you could tell he was making a joke either about what you were doing, how you were doing it or even what you were wearing that day or what you did the night before. He would walk around the room and if needed he would give you a critique and make suggestions but he was never pompus about it. I remember in my last class I had with him he brought in his art collection to share. Us students were somewhat I suppose annoyed in a way because we assumed that it was his art and after all, Myron had just had a show in teh gallery so we had just seen his work. Nope we were all flabergasted, it was his private art collection. He brought in about 20 works of art spanning from Maholy Nagi, Picasso, Dali lithographs, Mondrian etc etc. We just sat in a circle, he opened those boxes and he just passed those things around like it was nothing. I have to admit that I'm fairly certain that none of us washed our hands afterwards. It's not everyday that you can hold and touch such great works of art and not have a museum docent call the police." Sources include: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" Michale Kiley, Email to AskART, February 2003 Anonymous, Email to AskART, February 2005

      Ripley Auctions
    • Myron Kozman, American (1916-2002), Abstract Composition #314, 1946, screenprint, 17 1/4" H x 14 1/4" W (frame), 4 1/4" H x 4 1/4" W (sight)
      Jul. 01, 2023

      Myron Kozman, American (1916-2002), Abstract Composition #314, 1946, screenprint, 17 1/4" H x 14 1/4" W (frame), 4 1/4" H x 4 1/4" W (sight)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Myron Kozman American, (1916-2002) Abstract Composition #314, 1946 screenprint Pencil signed and numbered 1/14 lower.

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    • Myron Kozman, American (1916-2002), Abstract Composition #314, 1946, screenprint, 17 1/4" H x 14 1/4" W (frame), 4 1/4" H x 4 1/4" W (sight)
      Feb. 26, 2023

      Myron Kozman, American (1916-2002), Abstract Composition #314, 1946, screenprint, 17 1/4" H x 14 1/4" W (frame), 4 1/4" H x 4 1/4" W (sight)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Myron Kozman American, (1916-2002) Abstract Composition #314, 1946 screenprint Pencil signed and numbered 1/14 lower.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction #302, color screenprint, 12 7/8" x 18 7/8"
      Oct. 13, 2021

      Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction #302, color screenprint, 12 7/8" x 18 7/8"

      Est: $150 - $250

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Abstraction #302 color screenprint signed, titled and numbered in pencil lower margin edition of 19 12 7/8" x 18 7/8" Provenance: Robert Henry Adams Fine Art, Chicago, Illinois

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • Myron Kozman serigraph in color
      Jun. 12, 2021

      Myron Kozman serigraph in color

      Est: $80 - $150

      Myron Kozman (American 1916-2002)- ''Abstraction #212''- serigraph in color, 1941, signed, dated and annotated 'artist's proof' and 'UAA 90' in pencil. 20 x 11 7/8''

      Rachel Davis Fine Arts
    • Myron Kozman serigraph in colors
      Aug. 22, 2020

      Myron Kozman serigraph in colors

      Est: $100 - $200

      Myron Kozman (American 1916-2002)- ''Abstraction #212''- serigraph in color, 1941, signed, dated and annotated 'artist's proof' and 'UAA 90' in pencil. 20 x 11 7/8''

      Rachel Davis Fine Arts
    • Myron Kozman serigraph
      Feb. 09, 2019

      Myron Kozman serigraph

      Est: $300 - $500

      Myron Kozman (American 1916-2002)- ''Abstraction #212''- serigraph in color, 1941, signed, dated and annotated 'artist's proof' and 'UAA 90' in pencil. 20 x 11 7/8''

      Rachel Davis Fine Arts
    • Myron Kozman, (American, b. 1916), Composition, circa 1960, oil and mixed media/paper, 11" x 9"
      Oct. 25, 2017

      Myron Kozman, (American, b. 1916), Composition, circa 1960, oil and mixed media/paper, 11" x 9"

      Est: $100 - $200

      Myron Kozman (American, b. 1916) Composition, circa 1960 oil and mixed media/paper signed and dated verso 11" x 9"

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • George Kozmon, (American; b. 1960), stone garden wall archway, trompe l'oeil mural, acrylic on canvas, 42"H x 69"W (image), 43"H x 7..
      Aug. 19, 2017

      George Kozmon, (American; b. 1960), stone garden wall archway, trompe l'oeil mural, acrylic on canvas, 42"H x 69"W (image), 43"H x 7..

      Est: $300 - $500

      George Kozmon (American; b. 1960) stone garden wall archway trompe l''oeil mural, acrylic on canvas Signed and dated 1989 lower right. 42"H x 69"W (image), 43"H x 70"W (frame)

      Ripley Auctions
    • Myron Kozman 1916 - 2002 Composición, 1937 Gelatina de plata, 17 x 12,5 cm, tiraje de época
      Apr. 15, 2015

      Myron Kozman 1916 - 2002 Composición, 1937 Gelatina de plata, 17 x 12,5 cm, tiraje de época

      Est: €2,000 -

      Myron Kozman 1916 - 2002 Composición, 1937 Gelatina de plata, 17 x 12,5 cm, tiraje de época

      Balclis
    • Myron Kozman Untitled gouache
      Jun. 08, 2013

      Myron Kozman Untitled gouache

      Est: $300 - $500

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Untitled," 1944, gouache, 11.75" x 9", signed and dated lower right, unframed

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • [CHICAGO BAUHAUS] KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002) [Niedringhaus chair, circa 1937]; t/w KOZMAN, MYRON. [Screens, 1939]
      Apr. 08, 2013

      [CHICAGO BAUHAUS] KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002) [Niedringhaus chair, circa 1937]; t/w KOZMAN, MYRON. [Screens, 1939]

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      [CHICAGO BAUHAUS] KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002) [Niedringhaus chair, circa 1937]. Gelatin silver print, 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches (165 x 114 mm), signed verso; Together with KOZMAN, MYRON. [Screens, 1938]. Gelatin silver print, 10 x 8 inches (254 x 203 mm), signed and dated on verso.

      Doyle New York
    • [CHICAGO BAUHAUS] KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002). [Abstract Composition, 1937]; t/w KOZMAN, MYRON. [Hands, 1938]
      Apr. 08, 2013

      [CHICAGO BAUHAUS] KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002). [Abstract Composition, 1937]; t/w KOZMAN, MYRON. [Hands, 1938]

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      [CHICAGO BAUHAUS] KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002). [Abstract Composition, 1937]. Gelatin silver print, 6 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches (171 x 114 mm), signed and dated on verso; Together with KOZMAN, MYRON. [Hands, 1938]. Gelatin silver toned photogram, 8 x 10 inches (203 x 254 mm), signed and dated on verso.

      Doyle New York
    • Myron Kozman, (American; 1916 - 2002), Abstract Composition, Mixed media on board, 10" x 8"
      Jan. 24, 2013

      Myron Kozman, (American; 1916 - 2002), Abstract Composition, Mixed media on board, 10" x 8"

      Est: $250 - $450

      Myron Kozman (American; 1916 - 2002) Abstract Composition Mixed media on board c. 1941. Signed and dated. Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, where he later taught. His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern). An example of his work is illustrated in Moholy-Nagy's book, "Vision and Motion". 10" x 8"

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    • *Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction, 1960
      May. 24, 2012

      *Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction, 1960

      Est: $300 - $500

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Abstraction, 1960 oil on board signed Kozman and dated (lower left) 16 x 12 inches.

      Hindman
    • *Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction, 1960
      Sep. 11, 2011

      *Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction, 1960

      Est: $700 - $900

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Abstraction, 1960 oil on board signed Kozman and dated (lower left) 16 x 12 inches.

      Hindman
    • Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Untitled (Water on Tin Foil), circa 1940
      May. 04, 2009

      Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Untitled (Water on Tin Foil), circa 1940

      Est: $200 - $400

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Untitled (Water on Tin Foil), circa 1940 gelatin silver print signed (on the verso) 5 x 7 1/8 inches.

      Hindman
    • Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction #207 and Abstraction #305, 1941
      May. 04, 2009

      Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Abstraction #207 and Abstraction #305, 1941

      Est: $200 - $400

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Abstraction #207 and Abstraction #305, 1941 silkscreens each signed (lower right), one dated (lower right) 12 1/4 x 21 1/2, 12 x 17 inches.

      Hindman
    • Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Chemical Drawing, 1938
      May. 04, 2009

      Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Chemical Drawing, 1938

      Est: $50 - $100

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Chemical Drawing, 1938 silver gelatin print 8 x 10 inches.

      Hindman
    • Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Study for Light Box, 1940
      May. 04, 2009

      Myron Kozman, (American, 1916-2002), Study for Light Box, 1940

      Est: $300 - $500

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) Study for Light Box, 1940 watercolor on paper signed and dated (lower right) 10 1/4 x 19 inches.

      Hindman
    • Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Abstract," c.
      Mar. 08, 2009

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Abstract," c.

      Est: $200 - $300

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Abstract," c. 1950, screenprint, 5" x 4.75", signed lower right, edition 26 of 215, framed

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • MYRON KOZMAN (American 1916-2002). COLUMNS
      Dec. 08, 2007

      MYRON KOZMAN (American 1916-2002). COLUMNS

      Est: $300 - $400

      MYRON KOZMAN (American, 1916-2002). COLUMNS, signed and dated 83 lower right. Watercolor - 48 1/2 in. x 35 1/2 in.

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • Myron Kozman (American, b 1916)"Composition, c 1949; oil/board, 18in x 14, signed Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his work is in the
      Jun. 05, 2005

      Myron Kozman (American, b 1916)"Composition, c 1949; oil/board, 18in x 14, signed Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his work is in the

      Est: $400 - $600

      Myron Kozman (American, b 1916)"Composition, c 1949; oil/board, 18in x 14, signed Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery ( Northwestern) An example of his work is illustrated in Moholy's book, "Vision and Motionin

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • Myron Kozman (American, b.1916 'Untitled', c. 1960; oil/board, 24in. x 18in, signed on verso. Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design. He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his
      Dec. 05, 2004

      Myron Kozman (American, b.1916 'Untitled', c. 1960; oil/board, 24in. x 18in, signed on verso. Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design. He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his

      Est: $400 - $600

      Myron Kozman (American, b.1916 'Untitled', c. 1960; oil/board, 24in. x 18in, signed on verso. Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design. He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern). REF: Vision and Motion , Moholy- Nagy.

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • Pair M Kozman Modern Abstract Oil/board
      Mar. 27, 2004

      Pair M Kozman Modern Abstract Oil/board

      Est: $300 - $600

      Myron Kozman (American 1916- ) Pair Modern Abstract Paintings. Oil on board. 8" x 15". Unsigned. Areas of paint loss. Possibly intentional. Kozman was a friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design, (where he was one of the first to graduate). His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern).

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    • Myron Kozman Gouache/Paper Moholy-Nagy
      Mar. 27, 2004

      Myron Kozman Gouache/Paper Moholy-Nagy

      Est: -

      Myron Kozman (American 1916- ) "Composition", c. 1950. Gouache on Paper. 18 1/2" x 14 1/2". Unsigned. Kozman was a friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design, (where he was one of the first to graduate). His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern).

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    • Myron Kozman
      Mar. 07, 2004

      Myron Kozman

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Variation", c.1940; tempera/paper, 12" x 14", signed.

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002)
      Oct. 21, 2003

      KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002)

      Est: $1,400 - $1,800

      Photogram [hands]. Warm-toned silver print, 8x10 inches (20.3x25.4 cm.), with Kozman's signature and date, in ink, on verso. 1938

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002)
      Oct. 21, 2003

      KOZMAN, MYRON (1916-2002)

      Est: $1,400 - $1,800

      Photogram [hands]. Warm-toned silver print, 8x10 inches (20.3x25.4 cm.), with Kozman's signature and date, in ink, on verso. 1938

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Jesse Reichek (American, b. 1916), "Abstract Composition", c.1946; oil/canvas, 20" x 34", signed
      May. 04, 2003

      Jesse Reichek (American, b. 1916), "Abstract Composition", c.1946; oil/canvas, 20" x 34", signed

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      and dated, provenance: estate of Myron Kozman. Reichek studied at the Institute of Design from 1941-42. He exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, University of New Mexico Museum, San Francisco Museum of Art, and the University of Southern California Art Museum. His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Amon Carter Museum, UCLA, and the La Jolla Art Museum.

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    • Myron Kozman (American, b.1916 )"Urban View", c.1945; oil/board, 15.5" x 18.5", signed and dated.
      May. 04, 2003

      Myron Kozman (American, b.1916 )"Urban View", c.1945; oil/board, 15.5" x 18.5", signed and dated.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • Myron Kozman (American, b.1916)"Triller", c.1945; oil/board, 15.5" x 18.5", signed and dated.
      May. 04, 2003

      Myron Kozman (American, b.1916)"Triller", c.1945; oil/board, 15.5" x 18.5", signed and dated.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and taught silkscreen at the Institute of Design. He was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design, and his work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern). An example of his work is illustrated in Moholy's book, "Vision and Motion".

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    • Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Composition", c.1960; oil/board, 16" x 12", signed; inscribed
      Mar. 02, 2003

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Composition", c.1960; oil/board, 16" x 12", signed; inscribed

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      #194 verso. Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design. He later taught there. His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern). An example of his work is illustrated in Moholy’s book, "Vision and Motion". REF: American Abstract Art of the 1930s and 1940s (J. Nichols collection), Wake Forest University (two examples illustrated).

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    • Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Composition", c.1960; oil/board, 14.5" x 11.5", signed;
      Mar. 02, 2003

      Myron Kozman (American, 1916-2002) "Composition", c.1960; oil/board, 14.5" x 11.5", signed;

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      inscribed #195 verso. Kozman was friend of Moholy-Nagy and was one of the first graduates of the Institute of Design. He later taught there. His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, and the Bloch Gallery (Northwestern). An example of his work is illustrated in Moholy’s book, "Vision and Motion". REF: American Abstract Art of the 1930s and 1940s (J. Nichols collection), Wake Forest University (two examples illustrated).

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