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Painter, Screener, b. 1903 - d. 1995

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      • Harry Shoulberg, Town Street, Silk Screen Serigraph
        Dec. 31, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, Town Street, Silk Screen Serigraph

        Est: $400 - $600

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903-1995, W.P.A. artist), 1930s town street, silk screen serigraph, signed L/L "For Melinda & Hank. Harry" and signed L/R, 22" x 28", framed 30" x 36". Provenance: Malden, Massachusetts collection.

        Kaminski Auctions
      • SHOULBERG, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Canal at Night. [20...
        Dec. 06, 2023

        SHOULBERG, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Canal at Night. [20...

        Est: $400 - $600

        SHOULBERG, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Canal at Night. [20th century]. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left corner. Image: 20 x 24”. Frame: 29 x 33”. Light surface dirt. Minor paint loss. Good condition. Not examined out of frame.

        Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
      • SHOULBERG, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Lady with a Red Rib...
        Dec. 06, 2023

        SHOULBERG, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Lady with a Red Rib...

        Est: $400 - $600

        SHOULBERG, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Lady with a Red Ribbon. [20th century]. Oil on canvas. No signature visible. Image: 24 x 12”. Frame: 29 x 17”. Excellent condition. Not examined out of frame.

        Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
      • HARRY SHOULBERG (1903-1995)
        Oct. 15, 2023

        HARRY SHOULBERG (1903-1995)

        Est: $400 - $600

        sunset view oil on canvas showing a woman hanging clothes among houses before a colorful sky signed lower left h. 18.5 x 24 in., stretcher - w. 29 x h. 23 in. (frame)

        ACES Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), still life, oil on canvas, 36"H x 22 1/2"W (sight), 46"H x 33 1/2"W (frame)
        Oct. 07, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), still life, oil on canvas, 36"H x 22 1/2"W (sight), 46"H x 33 1/2"W (frame)

        Est: $400 - $600

        Harry Shoulberg New York, Pennsylvania, (1903-1995) still life oil on canvas Signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from Rex Rivolo: Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia, 25 October 1903 of Russian/Jewish heritage. His father, Max Shoulberg, was the fourth of twenty children and the first to be born in American. His mother was Tessie Derfler, a New Yorker of German descent. Harry grew-up in New York, married Sylvia Hendler in 1931, and had one child, Ted. Shoulberg attended City College of New York where he studied biochemical engineering for three years before switching to fine arts in his last year. He continued his art education at the John Reed School, 1934-1935, the American Artist School, 1935-1937, and then privately at the studios of artists Sol Wilson (1894-1974) and Carl Holty (1900-1973). In 1938, he worked for the WPA and produced two oil paintings for the organization. He maintained studios in New York City and Bridgehampton on Long Island until 1983. He was a late bloomer with his first national show coming much later than is usual for a successful artist. However, what the public saw was a fully mature artistic personality. At this first show, the Corcoran Biennial, his first sale was a purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In subsequent years the Met would add several of his paintings to its collection. Shoulberg's media were oil painting and serigraphy; and in both media, his strength resides in his bold use of colors and broad, rapid strokes. His style has been generally described as a mixture of Cezanne, Vlaminck, Roualt, and Soutine, and is often called expressionistic. In a letter dated 25 March 1941, Duncan Phillips wrote to Shoulberg on behalf of the American Federation of Arts requesting Shoulberg's participation in a Washington D.C. show at the Corcoran. As a testimony to Harry's talent, the ending paragraph of the letter includes the following revealing sentences: "This letter goes to a limited number of artists whose work I feel should have a wider display than this Washington meeting. I earnestly hope that you will lend your painting for my group, if it is not sold or already promised elsewhere." Harry Shoulberg died 15 April 1995 in New York at the age of 91. Permanent Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denver Museum, San Francisco Museum, Baltimore Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Ain Harod Museum, Carnegie Institute, Milwaukee Art Institute, New York. State University, University of Wisconsin, University of Oregon, New Jersey State College, U.S. State Department, George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Norfolk Art Museum, University of Arizona; Wichita State University; St. Lawrence State University. Awards: First Prize Bronx House, 1943; Purchase Prize Milwaukee Art Inst., 1948; Tanner Prize Philadelphia, 1949; First Prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, 1952; Second Prize Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York, 1953; First prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1955; Emily Lowe Award, 1956; Jane Peterson Prize, New Jersey Soc. Of Painters & Sculptors, 1956; Kapp Award Silvermine Guild, CT, 1957; Grumbacher Award, 1963; Jane Peterson Medal Audubon Artist's, 1965; New Jersey Kaplan Memorial Award at Society of Contemporary Artists, N.Y.C., 1966; Talen's Award at New Jersey Museum, 1967. National Shows: Corcoran Biennial, 1941; Pennsylvania Academy, 1946; Library of Congress, 1946-47-48; Brooklyn Museum, 1950; National Academy, 1952. One Man Shows: Modern Age Gallery New York, 1945; Francis Webb Gallery San Francisco, 1946; National Serigraph Society New York, 1949; Teacher's Center, 1950; Denver University, 1950; Salpeter Gallery - New York, 1951; Hudson Guild, NY, 1955; Harbour Gallery - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 1968; High Point Gallery Lenox MA, 1969. Listings: Who Was Who in American Art; Who's Who in the World, 1978; Dictionary of International Biography, 1978; Who's Who in World Jewry, 1981, Prize Paintings, No. 7, 1967; American Artists of Renown, 1981; American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century, 1949; Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1983.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Painting
        Aug. 13, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Painting, Oil on Canvas, Probably the Artist's Wife. Signed and Dated '61 Lower Right. In Original Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 15" x 8", Frame- 22.5" x 15.5". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • HARRY SHOULBERG (AMERICAN, 1903-1995).
        Jul. 20, 2023

        HARRY SHOULBERG (AMERICAN, 1903-1995).

        Est: $100 - $1,000

        Docked boats. Oil painting. Signed lower left. From a Westchester County, Estate.

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg (1903-1995), Figures in a small town, Oil on artist board, 22" H x 28" W
        Jul. 18, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg (1903-1995), Figures in a small town, Oil on artist board, 22" H x 28" W

        Est: $300 - $500

        Harry Shoulberg (1903-1995) Figures in a small town Oil on artist board Signed lower left: Shoulberg

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph

        Est: $75 - $100

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph "Still Life". Signed Lower Left and Dated 1945. In Original Frame Under Glass. Not Examined Out of Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 17" x 13", Frame- 25.5" x 22". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph

        Est: $75 - $100

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph "Mending". Signed Upper Left and Dated 1944. In Original Frame Under Glass. Not Examined Out of Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 17.5" x 12.5", Frame- 27" x 21.5". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph

        Est: $75 - $100

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Seriograph "Dock Scene at Night". Signed Lower Left. In Original Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 15" x 11", Frame- 21" x 17.5". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Large Painting
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Large Painting

        Est: $300 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Large Painting, Oil on Canvas "Stormy Night Street Scene". Signed Lower Left. With Paper Label on the Back. In Original Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 30" x 24", Frame- 38" x 32". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Large Painting
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Large Painting

        Est: $300 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Large Painting, Oil on Canvas "Still Life with Guitar". Signed Lower Left. With Paper Label on the Back. In Original Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 30" x 24", Frame- 39.5" x 33.5". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Pen and Pencil
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Pen and Pencil

        Est: $100 - $150

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Pen and Pencil on Paper "Water Tower" Signed Lower Left. In Original Frame Under Glass. Not Examined Out of Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 12" x 9", Frame- 18.5" x 14.5". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Painting
        Jun. 25, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Harry Shoulberg, USA (1903-1995) Painting, Oil on Canvas, Probably the Artist's Wife. Signed and Dated '61 Lower Right. In Original Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 15" x 8", Frame- 22.5" x 15.5". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), abstract still life, oil on canvas, 23 3/8"H x 35 3/8"W (sight), 29 1/4"H x 41 1/4"W (frame)
        Apr. 29, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), abstract still life, oil on canvas, 23 3/8"H x 35 3/8"W (sight), 29 1/4"H x 41 1/4"W (frame)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Harry Shoulberg New York, Pennsylvania, (1903-1995) abstract still life oil on canvas Signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from Rex Rivolo: Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia, 25 October 1903 of Russian/Jewish heritage. His father, Max Shoulberg, was the fourth of twenty children and the first to be born in American. His mother was Tessie Derfler, a New Yorker of German descent. Harry grew-up in New York, married Sylvia Hendler in 1931, and had one child, Ted. Shoulberg attended City College of New York where he studied biochemical engineering for three years before switching to fine arts in his last year. He continued his art education at the John Reed School, 1934-1935, the American Artist School, 1935-1937, and then privately at the studios of artists Sol Wilson (1894-1974) and Carl Holty (1900-1973). In 1938, he worked for the WPA and produced two oil paintings for the organization. He maintained studios in New York City and Bridgehampton on Long Island until 1983. He was a late bloomer with his first national show coming much later than is usual for a successful artist. However, what the public saw was a fully mature artistic personality. At this first show, the Corcoran Biennial, his first sale was a purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In subsequent years the Met would add several of his paintings to its collection. Shoulberg's media were oil painting and serigraphy; and in both media, his strength resides in his bold use of colors and broad, rapid strokes. His style has been generally described as a mixture of Cezanne, Vlaminck, Roualt, and Soutine, and is often called expressionistic. In a letter dated 25 March 1941, Duncan Phillips wrote to Shoulberg on behalf of the American Federation of Arts requesting Shoulberg's participation in a Washington D.C. show at the Corcoran. As a testimony to Harry's talent, the ending paragraph of the letter includes the following revealing sentences: "This letter goes to a limited number of artists whose work I feel should have a wider display than this Washington meeting. I earnestly hope that you will lend your painting for my group, if it is not sold or already promised elsewhere." Harry Shoulberg died 15 April 1995 in New York at the age of 91. Permanent Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denver Museum, San Francisco Museum, Baltimore Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Ain Harod Museum, Carnegie Institute, Milwaukee Art Institute, New York. State University, University of Wisconsin, University of Oregon, New Jersey State College, U.S. State Department, George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Norfolk Art Museum, University of Arizona; Wichita State University; St. Lawrence State University. Awards: First Prize Bronx House, 1943; Purchase Prize Milwaukee Art Inst., 1948; Tanner Prize Philadelphia, 1949; First Prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, 1952; Second Prize Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York, 1953; First prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1955; Emily Lowe Award, 1956; Jane Peterson Prize, New Jersey Soc. Of Painters & Sculptors, 1956; Kapp Award Silvermine Guild, CT, 1957; Grumbacher Award, 1963; Jane Peterson Medal Audubon Artist's, 1965; New Jersey Kaplan Memorial Award at Society of Contemporary Artists, N.Y.C., 1966; Talen's Award at New Jersey Museum, 1967. National Shows: Corcoran Biennial, 1941; Pennsylvania Academy, 1946; Library of Congress, 1946-47-48; Brooklyn Museum, 1950; National Academy, 1952. One Man Shows: Modern Age Gallery New York, 1945; Francis Webb Gallery San Francisco, 1946; National Serigraph Society New York, 1949; Teacher's Center, 1950; Denver University, 1950; Salpeter Gallery - New York, 1951; Hudson Guild, NY, 1955; Harbour Gallery - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 1968; High Point Gallery Lenox MA, 1969. Listings: Who Was Who in American Art; Who's Who in the World, 1978; Dictionary of International Biography, 1978; Who's Who in World Jewry, 1981, Prize Paintings, No. 7, 1967; American Artists of Renown, 1981; American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century, 1949; Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1983. Biography from Higgins Maxwell Gallery Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), harbor scene, oil on canvas, 23 1/2"H x 29 5/8"W (sight), 37"H x 43"W (frame)
        Apr. 29, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), harbor scene, oil on canvas, 23 1/2"H x 29 5/8"W (sight), 37"H x 43"W (frame)

        Est: $300 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg New York, Pennsylvania, (1903-1995) harbor scene oil on canvas Signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from Rex Rivolo: Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia, 25 October 1903 of Russian/Jewish heritage. His father, Max Shoulberg, was the fourth of twenty children and the first to be born in American. His mother was Tessie Derfler, a New Yorker of German descent. Harry grew-up in New York, married Sylvia Hendler in 1931, and had one child, Ted. Shoulberg attended City College of New York where he studied biochemical engineering for three years before switching to fine arts in his last year. He continued his art education at the John Reed School, 1934-1935, the American Artist School, 1935-1937, and then privately at the studios of artists Sol Wilson (1894-1974) and Carl Holty (1900-1973). In 1938, he worked for the WPA and produced two oil paintings for the organization. He maintained studios in New York City and Bridgehampton on Long Island until 1983. He was a late bloomer with his first national show coming much later than is usual for a successful artist. However, what the public saw was a fully mature artistic personality. At this first show, the Corcoran Biennial, his first sale was a purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In subsequent years the Met would add several of his paintings to its collection. Shoulberg's media were oil painting and serigraphy; and in both media, his strength resides in his bold use of colors and broad, rapid strokes. His style has been generally described as a mixture of Cezanne, Vlaminck, Roualt, and Soutine, and is often called expressionistic. In a letter dated 25 March 1941, Duncan Phillips wrote to Shoulberg on behalf of the American Federation of Arts requesting Shoulberg's participation in a Washington D.C. show at the Corcoran. As a testimony to Harry's talent, the ending paragraph of the letter includes the following revealing sentences: "This letter goes to a limited number of artists whose work I feel should have a wider display than this Washington meeting. I earnestly hope that you will lend your painting for my group, if it is not sold or already promised elsewhere." Harry Shoulberg died 15 April 1995 in New York at the age of 91. Permanent Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denver Museum, San Francisco Museum, Baltimore Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Ain Harod Museum, Carnegie Institute, Milwaukee Art Institute, New York. State University, University of Wisconsin, University of Oregon, New Jersey State College, U.S. State Department, George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Norfolk Art Museum, University of Arizona; Wichita State University; St. Lawrence State University. Awards: First Prize Bronx House, 1943; Purchase Prize Milwaukee Art Inst., 1948; Tanner Prize Philadelphia, 1949; First Prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, 1952; Second Prize Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York, 1953; First prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1955; Emily Lowe Award, 1956; Jane Peterson Prize, New Jersey Soc. Of Painters & Sculptors, 1956; Kapp Award Silvermine Guild, CT, 1957; Grumbacher Award, 1963; Jane Peterson Medal Audubon Artist's, 1965; New Jersey Kaplan Memorial Award at Society of Contemporary Artists, N.Y.C., 1966; Talen's Award at New Jersey Museum, 1967. National Shows: Corcoran Biennial, 1941; Pennsylvania Academy, 1946; Library of Congress, 1946-47-48; Brooklyn Museum, 1950; National Academy, 1952. One Man Shows: Modern Age Gallery New York, 1945; Francis Webb Gallery San Francisco, 1946; National Serigraph Society New York, 1949; Teacher's Center, 1950; Denver University, 1950; Salpeter Gallery - New York, 1951; Hudson Guild, NY, 1955; Harbour Gallery - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 1968; High Point Gallery Lenox MA, 1969. Listings: Who Was Who in American Art; Who's Who in the World, 1978; Dictionary of International Biography, 1978; Who's Who in World Jewry, 1981, Prize Paintings, No. 7, 1967; American Artists of Renown, 1981; American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century, 1949; Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1983. Biography from Higgins Maxwell Gallery Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), City Sunset with Bridge, oil on canvas, 7 1/2"H x 9 1/4"W (sight) 17"H x 19"W (frame)
        Apr. 29, 2023

        Harry Shoulberg, New York, Pennsylvania (1903-1995), City Sunset with Bridge, oil on canvas, 7 1/2"H x 9 1/4"W (sight) 17"H x 19"W (frame)

        Est: $300 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg New York, Pennsylvania, (1903-1995) City Sunset with Bridge oil on canvas Signed lower left. In original carved artist frame. Exhibited: Associated American Artists Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from Rex Rivolo: Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia, 25 October 1903 of Russian/Jewish heritage. His father, Max Shoulberg, was the fourth of twenty children and the first to be born in American. His mother was Tessie Derfler, a New Yorker of German descent. Harry grew-up in New York, married Sylvia Hendler in 1931, and had one child, Ted. Shoulberg attended City College of New York where he studied biochemical engineering for three years before switching to fine arts in his last year. He continued his art education at the John Reed School, 1934-1935, the American Artist School, 1935-1937, and then privately at the studios of artists Sol Wilson (1894-1974) and Carl Holty (1900-1973). In 1938, he worked for the WPA and produced two oil paintings for the organization. He maintained studios in New York City and Bridgehampton on Long Island until 1983. He was a late bloomer with his first national show coming much later than is usual for a successful artist. However, what the public saw was a fully mature artistic personality. At this first show, the Corcoran Biennial, his first sale was a purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In subsequent years the Met would add several of his paintings to its collection. Shoulberg's media were oil painting and serigraphy; and in both media, his strength resides in his bold use of colors and broad, rapid strokes. His style has been generally described as a mixture of Cezanne, Vlaminck, Roualt, and Soutine, and is often called expressionistic. In a letter dated 25 March 1941, Duncan Phillips wrote to Shoulberg on behalf of the American Federation of Arts requesting Shoulberg's participation in a Washington D.C. show at the Corcoran. As a testimony to Harry's talent, the ending paragraph of the letter includes the following revealing sentences: "This letter goes to a limited number of artists whose work I feel should have a wider display than this Washington meeting. I earnestly hope that you will lend your painting for my group, if it is not sold or already promised elsewhere." Harry Shoulberg died 15 April 1995 in New York at the age of 91. Permanent Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denver Museum, San Francisco Museum, Baltimore Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Ain Harod Museum, Carnegie Institute, Milwaukee Art Institute, New York. State University, University of Wisconsin, University of Oregon, New Jersey State College, U.S. State Department, George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Norfolk Art Museum, University of Arizona; Wichita State University; St. Lawrence State University. Awards: First Prize Bronx House, 1943; Purchase Prize Milwaukee Art Inst., 1948; Tanner Prize Philadelphia, 1949; First Prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, 1952; Second Prize Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York, 1953; First prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1955; Emily Lowe Award, 1956; Jane Peterson Prize, New Jersey Soc. Of Painters & Sculptors, 1956; Kapp Award Silvermine Guild, CT, 1957; Grumbacher Award, 1963; Jane Peterson Medal Audubon Artist's, 1965; New Jersey Kaplan Memorial Award at Society of Contemporary Artists, N.Y.C., 1966; Talen's Award at New Jersey Museum, 1967. National Shows: Corcoran Biennial, 1941; Pennsylvania Academy, 1946; Library of Congress, 1946-47-48; Brooklyn Museum, 1950; National Academy, 1952. One Man Shows: Modern Age Gallery New York, 1945; Francis Webb Gallery San Francisco, 1946; National Serigraph Society New York, 1949; Teacher's Center, 1950; Denver University, 1950; Salpeter Gallery - New York, 1951; Hudson Guild, NY, 1955; Harbour Gallery - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 1968; High Point Gallery Lenox MA, 1969. Listings: Who Was Who in American Art; Who's Who in the World, 1978; Dictionary of International Biography, 1978; Who's Who in World Jewry, 1981, Prize Paintings, No. 7, 1967; American Artists of Renown, 1981; American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century, 1949; Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1983. Biography from Higgins Maxwell Gallery Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Ripley Auctions
      • HARRY SHOULBERG, NY (1903-1995) O/C DOCKSIDE
        Feb. 23, 2023

        HARRY SHOULBERG, NY (1903-1995) O/C DOCKSIDE

        Est: $50 - $1,000

        Mid-century oil featuring a lake with a dock and sailboat. Signed lower left. In period frame. Dimensions: (Frame) H 30.5" x W 36.5", (Canvas) H 22" x W 28" Condition: Some marks to the frame. Hanging loose in frame.

        Westport Auction
      • Harry Shoulberg Framed Oil Painting Rural Street
        Nov. 10, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg Framed Oil Painting Rural Street

        Est: $250 - $350

        Harry Shoulberg (1903 – 1995) Framed and Signed Expressionist Oil Painting of Rural City Street. In carved period frame. Framed measures 30 inches x 36 inches. Art measures 22 inches x 28 inches

        Greenwich Auction
      • Harry Shoulberg (1903-95), Serigraph
        Sep. 18, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg (1903-95), Serigraph

        Est: $100 - $500

        A landscape with bridge and distant boat, signed in the plate and dated for 1944.

        Locati LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903 - 1995) "New York Street", serigraph (silk screen), a lone figure walks along a deserted city inters...
        Aug. 29, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903 - 1995) "New York Street", serigraph (silk screen), a lone figure walks along a deserted city inters...

        Est: $75 - $125

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903 - 1995) "New York Street", serigraph (silk screen), a lone figure walks along a deserted city intersection, signed lower left, framed, wear consistent with age, ss: 13 3/4" h. x 17 1/2" w.

        Winter Associates, Inc.
      • HARRY SHOULBERG (AMERICAN, 1903 - 1995) STILL LIFE OIL ON CANVAS PAINTING.
        Jun. 08, 2022

        HARRY SHOULBERG (AMERICAN, 1903 - 1995) STILL LIFE OIL ON CANVAS PAINTING.

        Est: $2,000 - $6,000

        An impressive large impressionist oil on canvas painting, masterfully painted by Harry Shoulberg (American 1903 - 1995). Signature to lower-right, reading "Shoulberg". Executed with palette knife oil on canvas with vibrant colors, depicting an assortment of fruits on the table. Housed within a gorgeous dark stained carved wood frame. In excellent condition with commensurate age and use related wear. Artist: American, 1903-1995. Condition: Excellent. Frame: Carved wood frame. Medium: Oil on canvas. Signature: Shoulberg lower right. Work Size: 24" x 30". Condition: (Very Good). Dimensions: Frame: 36 - 1/2" x 42 - 1/2".

        Morphy Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, American (1903 - 1995), #13 East River, Modernist New York Cityscape, oil on canvas, 23 1/2"H x 35 3/8"W (sight), 32"H x 44"W (frame)
        Jun. 04, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg, American (1903 - 1995), #13 East River, Modernist New York Cityscape, oil on canvas, 23 1/2"H x 35 3/8"W (sight), 32"H x 44"W (frame)

        Est: $500 - $700

        Harry Shoulberg American, (1903 - 1995) #13 East River, Modernist New York Cityscape oil on canvas signed lower left. Biography from the Artchives of AskArt: The following is from Rex Rivolo: Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia, 25 October 1903 of Russian/Jewish heritage. His father, Max Shoulberg, was the fourth of twenty children and the first to be born in American. His mother was Tessie Derfler, a New Yorker of German descent. Harry grew-up in New York, married Sylvia Hendler in 1931, and had one child, Ted. Shoulberg attended City College of New York where he studied biochemical engineering for three years before switching to fine arts in his last year. He continued his art education at the John Reed School, 1934-1935, the American Artist School, 1935-1937, and then privately at the studios of artists Sol Wilson (1894-1974) and Carl Holty (1900-1973). In 1938, he worked for the WPA and produced two oil paintings for the organization. He maintained studios in New York City and Bridgehampton on Long Island until 1983. He was a late bloomer with his first national show coming much later than is usual for a successful artist. However, what the public saw was a fully mature artistic personality. At this first show, the Corcoran Biennial, his first sale was a purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In subsequent years the Met would add several of his paintings to its collection. Shoulberg's media were oil painting and serigraphy; and in both media, his strength resides in his bold use of colors and broad, rapid strokes. His style has been generally described as a mixture of Cezanne, Vlaminck, Roualt, and Soutine, and is often called expressionistic. In a letter dated 25 March 1941, Duncan Phillips wrote to Shoulberg on behalf of the American Federation of Arts requesting Shoulberg's participation in a Washington D.C. show at the Corcoran. As a testimony to Harry's talent, the ending paragraph of the letter includes the following revealing sentences: "This letter goes to a limited number of artists whose work I feel should have a wider display than this Washington meeting. I earnestly hope that you will lend your painting for my group, if it is not sold or already promised elsewhere." Harry Shoulberg died 15 April 1995 in New York at the age of 91. Permanent Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denver Museum, San Francisco Museum, Baltimore Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Ain Harod Museum, Carnegie Institute, Milwaukee Art Institute, New York. State University, University of Wisconsin, University of Oregon, New Jersey State College, U.S. State Department, George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Norfolk Art Museum, University of Arizona; Wichita State University; St. Lawrence State University. Awards: First Prize Bronx House, 1943; Purchase Prize Milwaukee Art Inst., 1948; Tanner Prize Philadelphia, 1949; First Prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, 1952; Second Prize Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York, 1953; First prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1955; Emily Lowe Award, 1956; Jane Peterson Prize, New Jersey Soc. Of Painters & Sculptors, 1956; Kapp Award Silvermine Guild, CT, 1957; Grumbacher Award, 1963; Jane Peterson Medal Audubon Artist's, 1965; New Jersey Kaplan Memorial Award at Society of Contemporary Artists, N.Y.C., 1966; Talen's Award at New Jersey Museum, 1967. National Shows: Corcoran Biennial, 1941; Pennsylvania Academy, 1946; Library of Congress, 1946-47-48; Brooklyn Museum, 1950; National Academy, 1952. One Man Shows: Modern Age Gallery New York, 1945; Francis Webb Gallery San Francisco, 1946; National Serigraph Society New York, 1949; Teacher's Center, 1950; Denver University, 1950; Salpeter Gallery - New York, 1951; Hudson Guild, NY, 1955; Harbour Gallery - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 1968; High Point Gallery Lenox MA, 1969. Listings: Who Was Who in American Art; Who's Who in the World, 1978; Dictionary of International Biography, 1978; Who's Who in World Jewry, 1981, Prize Paintings, No. 7, 1967; American Artists of Renown, 1981; American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century, 1949; Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1983.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York (1903 - 1995), Vase of Flowers Still Life, oil on canvas, 29 1/4"H x 19 1/8"W (sight), 36 1/2"H x 26 1/2"W (frame)
        Jun. 04, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg, New York (1903 - 1995), Vase of Flowers Still Life, oil on canvas, 29 1/4"H x 19 1/8"W (sight), 36 1/2"H x 26 1/2"W (frame)

        Est: $500 - $700

        Harry Shoulberg New York, (1903 - 1995) Vase of Flowers Still Life oil on canvas signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following is from Rex Rivolo: Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia, 25 October 1903 of Russian/Jewish heritage. His father, Max Shoulberg, was the fourth of twenty children and the first to be born in American. His mother was Tessie Derfler, a New Yorker of German descent. Harry grew-up in New York, married Sylvia Hendler in 1931, and had one child, Ted. Shoulberg attended City College of New York where he studied biochemical engineering for three years before switching to fine arts in his last year. He continued his art education at the John Reed School, 1934-1935, the American Artist School, 1935-1937, and then privately at the studios of artists Sol Wilson (1894-1974) and Carl Holty (1900-1973). In 1938, he worked for the WPA and produced two oil paintings for the organization. He maintained studios in New York City and Bridgehampton on Long Island until 1983. He was a late bloomer with his first national show coming much later than is usual for a successful artist. However, what the public saw was a fully mature artistic personality. At this first show, the Corcoran Biennial, his first sale was a purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In subsequent years the Met would add several of his paintings to its collection. Shoulberg's media were oil painting and serigraphy; and in both media, his strength resides in his bold use of colors and broad, rapid strokes. His style has been generally described as a mixture of Cezanne, Vlaminck, Roualt, and Soutine, and is often called expressionistic. In a letter dated 25 March 1941, Duncan Phillips wrote to Shoulberg on behalf of the American Federation of Arts requesting Shoulberg's participation in a Washington D.C. show at the Corcoran. As a testimony to Harry's talent, the ending paragraph of the letter includes the following revealing sentences: "This letter goes to a limited number of artists whose work I feel should have a wider display than this Washington meeting. I earnestly hope that you will lend your painting for my group, if it is not sold or already promised elsewhere." Harry Shoulberg died 15 April 1995 in New York at the age of 91. Permanent Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Denver Museum, San Francisco Museum, Baltimore Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Ain Harod Museum, Carnegie Institute, Milwaukee Art Institute, New York. State University, University of Wisconsin, University of Oregon, New Jersey State College, U.S. State Department, George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Norfolk Art Museum, University of Arizona; Wichita State University; St. Lawrence State University. Awards: First Prize Bronx House, 1943; Purchase Prize Milwaukee Art Inst., 1948; Tanner Prize Philadelphia, 1949; First Prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, 1952; Second Prize Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York, 1953; First prize Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1955; Emily Lowe Award, 1956; Jane Peterson Prize, New Jersey Soc. Of Painters & Sculptors, 1956; Kapp Award Silvermine Guild, CT, 1957; Grumbacher Award, 1963; Jane Peterson Medal Audubon Artist's, 1965; New Jersey Kaplan Memorial Award at Society of Contemporary Artists, N.Y.C., 1966; Talen's Award at New Jersey Museum, 1967. National Shows: Corcoran Biennial, 1941; Pennsylvania Academy, 1946; Library of Congress, 1946-47-48; Brooklyn Museum, 1950; National Academy, 1952. One Man Shows: Modern Age Gallery New York, 1945; Francis Webb Gallery San Francisco, 1946; National Serigraph Society New York, 1949; Teacher's Center, 1950; Denver University, 1950; Salpeter Gallery - New York, 1951; Hudson Guild, NY, 1955; Harbour Gallery - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 1968; High Point Gallery Lenox MA, 1969. Listings: Who Was Who in American Art; Who's Who in the World, 1978; Dictionary of International Biography, 1978; Who's Who in World Jewry, 1981, Prize Paintings, No. 7, 1967; American Artists of Renown, 1981; American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century, 1949; Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1983.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York (1903 - 1995), Still Life with fish, fruit, and bottle, oil on board, 23 1/2"H x 17 1/2"W (sight), 33 1/4"H x 27 1/2"W (frame)
        Jun. 04, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg, New York (1903 - 1995), Still Life with fish, fruit, and bottle, oil on board, 23 1/2"H x 17 1/2"W (sight), 33 1/4"H x 27 1/2"W (frame)

        Est: $500 - $700

        Harry Shoulberg New York, (1903 - 1995) Still Life with fish, fruit, and bottle oil on board signed upper left. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Higgins Maxwell Gallery Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, New York (1903 - 1995), Still Life with Mandolin, oil on canvas, 23 5/8"H x 29 5/8"W (sight), 27 1/4"H x 33 1/4"W (frame)
        Jun. 04, 2022

        Harry Shoulberg, New York (1903 - 1995), Still Life with Mandolin, oil on canvas, 23 5/8"H x 29 5/8"W (sight), 27 1/4"H x 33 1/4"W (frame)

        Est: $500 - $700

        Harry Shoulberg New York, (1903 - 1995) Still Life with Mandolin oil on canvas signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Higgins Maxwell Gallery Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Harry Shoulberg, oil on canvas, 1956
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Harry Shoulberg, oil on canvas, 1956

        Est: $300 - $500

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903-1995), Expressionist Portrait, signed and dated lower right, 27.5"h x 16.5"w (sight), 34"h x 23"w (frame)

        Millea Bros Ltd
      • Harry Shoulberg (American 1903-1995), Winter Night #2, Oil on Canvas, Framed, 27 x 33 in
        Oct. 26, 2021

        Harry Shoulberg (American 1903-1995), Winter Night #2, Oil on Canvas, Framed, 27 x 33 in

        Est: $200 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg (American 1903-1995), Winter Night #2, Oil on Canvas, Framed, 27 x 33 in

        Weschler's
      • HARRY SHOULBERG Signed Oil on Canvas
        Oct. 20, 2021

        HARRY SHOULBERG Signed Oil on Canvas

        Est: $100 - $500

        HARRY SHOULBERG Signed Oil on Canvas, signature to lower left reads ‘SHOULBER’, brass plate to lower middle frame reads ‘HARRY SHOULBERG’! Measures 32 1/4 in by 42 1/2 in., subject a snowy street midday in small city with people walking around, frame measures , window measures , gray and white toned wooden frame, surface wear to frame, professionally framed, exposed canvas to reverse, not examined out of frame. Artwork, wall art, home decor, oil on canvas, snowy street, city scape, city scape painting, small town painting, Harry Shoulberg, large paintings, street view, street view painting, 10L

        The Benefit Shop Foundation Inc.
      • HARRY SHOULBERG Signed Serigraph
        Sep. 22, 2021

        HARRY SHOULBERG Signed Serigraph

        Est: $100 - $500

        HARRY SHOULBERG Signed Serigraph, signature to lower left reads ‘Shouldberg’, subject town street with figure walking, measures 26 1/4 x 22 inches, window measures 17 3/4 x 13 5/8 inches, wooden frame, surface wear to frame, professionally framed and double matted in beige, not examined out of frame. Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945.Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita

        The Benefit Shop Foundation Inc.
      • HARRY SHOULBERG (1903-1995) SIGNED LITHOGRAPH
        Feb. 28, 2021

        HARRY SHOULBERG (1903-1995) SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        Pencil signed and titled "Downtown." Dimensions: (Frame) H 24" x W 27.75", (Sight) H 14.5" x W 18.5" Condition: Age toning to the mat. Light age toning to the paper.

        Westport Auction
      • Harry Shoulberg "Gloucester Harbor" Serigraph
        Sep. 30, 2020

        Harry Shoulberg "Gloucester Harbor" Serigraph

        Est: $200 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903 - 1995) "Gloucester Harbor" serigraph on cardboard depicting boats in harbor under orange sun in cloudy sky, bearing signature "Shoulberg" lower left. Image: 20" H x 15.5" W; frame: 22" H x 17.5" W x 1" D. Minor paint losses, craquelure.

        Auctions at Showplace
      • Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting
        May. 03, 2020

        Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting

        Est: $280 - $300

        ARTIST: Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) NAME: Dark House MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Frame is in poor condition. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 18 inches / 35 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNED: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 114468 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting
        Mar. 01, 2020

        Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting

        Est: $280 - $320

        ARTIST: Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) NAME: Dark House MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Frame is in poor condition. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 18 inches / 35 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNED: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 114468 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg (1903 - 1995) Oil Painting
        Feb. 12, 2020

        Harry Shoulberg (1903 - 1995) Oil Painting

        Est: $300 - $500

        Impressionist oil painting on canvas featuring still life. Signed lower left. Loose from frame. Canvas height: 26"; Width: 36". (fine art, expressionist) STERLING ASSOCIATES STRIVES TO PROVIDE ACCURATE, OBJECTIVE, AND FAIR INFORMATION ON ALL LOTS. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS AND PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PHOTOS. WE ADVISE THAT YOU, OR SOMEONE ON YOUR BEHALF, INSPECT ANY ITEM(S) AND COME TO YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS BEFORE BIDDING. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLEASE SEE TERMS & CONDITIONS.

        Sterling Associates, Inc.
      • Harry Shoulberg, Harbor Scene, 1945, O/B.
        Jan. 25, 2020

        Harry Shoulberg, Harbor Scene, 1945, O/B.

        Est: $300 - $400

        Shoulberg, Harry (American, 1903-1995). Impressionistic style scene depicting boats coming in an out of a harbor. 1945. Oil on canvas board. Signed and dated l.r. Sight: 14" x 18". Frame: 24" x 28". Provenance: Requires third party professional art handlers or shippers for transportation, we will provide a list of preferred shippers.

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting
        Dec. 08, 2019

        Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting

        Est: $300 - $340

        ARTIST: Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) NAME: Dark House MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Frame is in poor condition. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 18 inches / 35 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNED: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 114468 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting
        Aug. 18, 2019

        Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting

        Est: $320 - $360

        ARTIST: Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) NAME: Dark House MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Frame is in poor condition. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 18 inches / 35 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNED: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 114468 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • HARRY SHOULBERG? Signed Oil On Canvas Still Life.
        May. 13, 2019

        HARRY SHOULBERG? Signed Oil On Canvas Still Life.

        Est: $50 - $1,000

        Possibly Harry Shoulberg abstract still life From the estate of a Bronx collector

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting
        Apr. 14, 2019

        Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting

        Est: $320 - $360

        ARTIST: Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) NAME: Dark House MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Frame is in poor condition. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 18 inches / 35 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNED: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 114468 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • HARRY SHOULBERG, United States, 1903-1995, Five lithographs., Lithographs on paper, approximately 16" x 19". Unframed.
        Jan. 19, 2019

        HARRY SHOULBERG, United States, 1903-1995, Five lithographs., Lithographs on paper, approximately 16" x 19". Unframed.

        Est: $200 - $300

        HARRY SHOULBERG United States, 1903-1995 Five lithographs. "Rockport Harbor" (two copies), "Sun After Rain", and "B & Y" (two copies). Lithographs on paper, approximately 16" x 19". Unframed.

        Eldred's
      • Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting
        Jan. 13, 2019

        Harry Shoulberg (NY,1903-1995) oil painting

        Est: $340 - $380

        ARTIST: Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) NAME: Dark House MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Frame is in poor condition. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 18 inches / 35 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNED: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 114468 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. Harry Shoulberg (New York, 1903 - 1995) Painter, seriographer and teacher, Harry Shoulberg was born in Philadelphia in 1903. He studied at the American Art School, and with J. Reed, S. Wilson, C. Holty and H. Glintenkamp. He was a member of the National Seriographers Society, the Art League of America, and United American Artists. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Bronx House in New York, and at a solo show at the Modernage Gallery in 1945. Shoulberg's art is in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Carnegie Institute, the University of Oregon, the University of Arizona, New Jersey State College, Witchita State University and the Butler Art Institute. He was among the early group of WPA artists working in the screenprint medium, and later turned to oils.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg, Lanesville, MA; WPA Serigraph
        Jan. 13, 2019

        Harry Shoulberg, Lanesville, MA; WPA Serigraph

        Est: $200 - $300

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903 - 1995); Lanesville Harbor, Massachusetts; Serigraph on board or textured paper, signed in pencil in margin lower right recto, titled in pencil in margin lower left; matted and framed. Appears in good condition, not examined out of frame. Height of art 11 5/8 inches (29.5 cm.) X width of art 15 1/4 inches (38.7 cm.). NOTE: Harry Shoulberg was an American expressionist painter known to be among the early group of WPA artists working in the screen print (serigraph) medium as well as in oil

        Eddie's Auction
      • O/C Harry Shoulberg, NY (1903-1995) & 3 other O/C
        Nov. 18, 2018

        O/C Harry Shoulberg, NY (1903-1995) & 3 other O/C

        Est: $100 - $150

        O/C Harry Shoulberg, NY (1903-1995) & 3 other O/C Paintings including one by Loran Percy Signed & Dated. All Signed, w/ Original Frames. Dimensions of Largest- L- 22" x W- 27", w/ Frame- L- 31" x W- 36"

        World Auction Gallery
      • Harry Shoulberg Signed Serigraph
        Oct. 11, 2018

        Harry Shoulberg Signed Serigraph

        Est: $50 - $100

        Harry Shoulberg (1903 - 1995) original pencil signed serigraph. Signed in pencil "Shoulberg"lower right. Measures 24.75" x 17.75" sheet size. Good to very good condition with light toning over exposed image area. Unframed, loose and glued or mounted. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

        Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg (1903 - 1995)
        Oct. 11, 2018

        Harry Shoulberg (1903 - 1995)

        Est: $200 - $300

        Harry Shoulberg (1903 - 1995) framed original oil painting on canvas. Signed lower right. Measures 21.25" x 27.75" image size. Good condition with no evidence of inpainting but does have two small patches on verso and a very small hole top right. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

        Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
      • Harry Shoulberg 1903-1995 American, Oil Painting
        Jul. 29, 2018

        Harry Shoulberg 1903-1995 American, Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $400

        Harry Shoulberg (American, 1903-1995, California school artist) Oil painting on Canvas depicting a fishing boat in an industrial harbor. Signed "Shoulberg", lower left. Excellent condition. Art measures 16" x 20". Frame measures 24.5" x 28.5".

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