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Morris Kantor

United States (1876 -  1974 )
Kantor Morris The Day Dream (illustrated); And Portrait Of A Reclining Woman

Christie's
Oct 25, 2011
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Morris Kantor - Orchestra

Morris Kantor - Orchestra

Original 1923
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Lot number: 533
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Morris Kantor (1896-1974) Orchestra signed and dated 'M Kantor/1923' (lower left) oil on canvas 35 ¼ x 34 ¼ in. (89.5 x 87 cm.) Painted in 1923. Provenance The artist. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Miller, Chicago, Illinois, acquired from the above, 1956. Vanderwoude Tananbaum Gallery, New York. Acquired by the late owner from the above, 1984.
Morris Kantor - Moving Figure

Morris Kantor - Moving Figure

Original 1923
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Lot number: 112
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Morris Kantor MOVING FIGURE 1896 - 1974 signedM Kantorand dated1923(lower right) oil on canvas 36 by 30 inches (91.4 by 76.2 cm) Provenance Zabriskie Gallery, New York Acquired by the present owner from the above, 2015 Literature Arts Magazine, 1976, n.p., illustrated Catalogue Note Born in Minsk, Russia, Morris Kantor emigrated to the United States with his parents in 1906. At the age of twenty, he had saved enough money working in New York\’s garment district to enroll at the Independent School of Art. By 1932, Kantor became an instructor of painting at the Art Students League, a position he held until 1972. His students during that time included Robert Rauschenberg and the Abstract Expressionist John Hultberg. Kantor experimented with many artistic movements throughout his career including early American Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, and representational landscapes, mostly of Maine and Cape Cod. His work is included in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of the City of New York, TheSmithsonian American Art Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Morris Kantor - Cubist Drawing

Morris Kantor - Cubist Drawing

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Lot number: 175
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Morris Kantor (1896-1974)
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Morris Kantor,Cubist Drawing, Synthetic Arrangement,Good appearance, good condition, little to no apparent loss of intensity, not examined out of framePlease also be sure to read the disclaimer. Among other things, it often clarifies what we mean by certain descriptions in our condition report.DISCLAIMERIf the condition report only states "Good condition, good appearance" or the like with nothing further, it is our opinion that the painting appears to have little to no restoration and does not appear to be lined. Craquelure will be described in condition reports if it seems, in our opinion, to be extensive, separated, or obtrusive, especially for its date. All oils, especially earlier examples, must be assumed to have some craquelure. Loss of intensity or color in watercolors will be mentioned only if it seems, in our opinion, to be significant or obtrusive. Almost every watercolor has some loss of intensity from aging and direct or indirect light over time. We qualify those pictures we feel to be in mint condition with the term "mint or nearly mint", "pristine or nearly pristine", "little or no restoration", "little or no restoration, probably none", or the like, in order to avoid problems arising from differences of opinion and interpretation. We use "restoration" to mean inpaint or overpaint, and treat lining and thinness (or overcleaning/loss of paint surface) as issues separate from restoration. "Very minor scattered restoration" means it seems to us almost not worth mentioning; "minor scattered restoration" means a bit more. "Scattered restoration" alone may mean anything from several scattered spots to many scattered spots, but none of these is usually or particularly meaningful or bothersome. Unless very serious, we usually don't include thinness of surface paint in most condition reports because, again, it is often a matter of opinion and taste. The problem would have to be very obvious to the naked eye to be included. We do not mention minor ghosts of a crease or line on the surface caused by a stretcher unless it is in some way atypical or impacts significantly on the surface. If an image is painted directly on Masonite, board, canvasboard or the like, it is not considered lined and therefore nothing about its being lined is mentioned in condition reports. Barridoff Galleries tries to distinguish between works painted directly on such supports and those canvases that are laid down on such supports, but does not guarantee the type of support or lining. In general, if the lining or relining is not mentioned, it means that we do not believe it is lined. Although we will answer as best we can any questions in regard to the surface, if the buyer has questions about it, he or she is cautioned to examine the work under consideration in person or have an expert look at it for him/her. If a condition report includes no mention of lining, the subject artwork is probably not lined or is painted directly on a hard surface such as a panel. No one representing Barridoff Galleries is a qualified expert in regard to condition or restoration. While we do our best to provide an accurate description of condition no matter the medium, our description is in no way to be understood as a guarantee. Again, bidders are herein advised to examine any item in the sale prior to bidding in person and/or to have a qualified restorer of his/her own choosing do so for them. The Conditions of Sale found on the inside front cover and on page 4 of the catalogue (as well as on the barridoff.com online catalogue) also preclude any statements made in any other fashion and in any regard. Condition reports are in no way to be considered a guarantee of any kind. Our expertise in regard to condition is limited. This is particularly true of works on paper (including photographs), sculpture, and, most particularly of all, Old Masters. Those very few, if any, paintings whose condition reports may be more extensive and technical, are do,,19 x 10 in. 48.3 x 25.4 cm,Charcoal
Morris Kantor - The Day Dream (illustrated); And Portrait Of A Reclining Woman

Morris Kantor - The Day Dream (illustrated); And Portrait Of A Reclining Woman

Original 1925
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Lot number: 449
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Morris Kantor (American, 1896-1974)
The day dream (illustrated); and Portrait of a reclining woman
the first signed 'M. Kantor' (lower right); the second signed and dated 'M. Kantor/1925' (lower left)
oil on canvas, unframed
25¾ x 25¾ in. (65.4 x 65.4 cm.); 30 x 24 in. (76.3 x 61 cm.) (2)
Morris Kantor - Landscape With Antennae And Lighthouse

Morris Kantor - Landscape With Antennae And Lighthouse

Original 1940
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Lot number: 232
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MORRIS KANTOR
Landscape with Antennae and Lighthouse
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Color screenprint, circa 1940. 340x1460 mm; 131/2x18 inches, widemargins.
With--EDWARD LANDON. Brooklyn Bridge, color screenprint, circa1950. 380x253 mm; 15x10 inches, full margins. Signed in pencil,lower right. Both good impressions of these scarcescreenprints.
Estimate $700-1,000
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