People Are My Landscape: Social Struggle in the Art of William Gropper

Introduction, Exhibition Catalogs, Peer Honors

The Artist and His Media, Cartoons, and Murals, Paintings and Prints

Magazine Illustrations

Book and Pamphlet Illustration, Caricatures

Sketches and Lithographs


The Shtetl


Sketches and Lithographs

Physical or emotional movement is a common trait of Gropper's work, as can be readily seen in this lithographic print and two series of sketches.

34-36. William Gropper, [Senate and U.S. Capitol series], n.d. Pencil.

37. William Gropper, Headless Horseman, c1940. Lithograph from the AAA Gallery edition of 250 copies signed in pencil, 12? x 9 inches. This was purchased with the Peter Graham Fund for Radicalism in Literature and Art.

38-41.William Gropper, [polo series], n.d. Ink.

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