Irene Hodes Newman

(19391962 ) - Watercolours
NEWMAN Irene Hodes Unicorn

Charlton Hall /Jun 10, 2007
74.91 - 224.74
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Irene Hodes Newman - Old Absinthe House. New Orleans

Irene Hodes Newman - Old Absinthe House. New Orleans

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Lot number: 354
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Lot 354 Irene Hodes Newman (American, 1900-1982) Old Absinthe House. New Orleans. Signed "H. Newman" l.l. Watercolor on paper, sheet size 22 1/4 x 28 in., framed. Condition: Good, not examined out of frame. N.B. The Old Absinthe House is located on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Estimate $250-350
Irene Hodes Newman - Horse And Buggy In A Southern Town

Irene Hodes Newman - Horse And Buggy In A Southern Town

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Lot number: 602
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Lot 602 Irene Hodes Newman (American 1900-1982) Horse andBuggy in a Southern Town Signed I H Newman l.l. Watercolor and graphite on paper; apparently in good condition.Framed.* Sight size: 20 x 26 in (50.8 x 66 cm) Estimate $400-600 Provenance: Estate of the artist Weschler's provides written condition reports, upon request, forany lot in our auctions. Such a condition report is provided as acourtesy to our clients and should in no instance replace firsthand inspection by a prospective buyer or his/her agent. Allproperty is sold "as is" in accordance with the terms set forth inparagraph 3 of Conditions of Sale. Neither Weschler's nor theconsignor makes any express or implied warranty or representationas to the condition of any lot offered for sale, and no statementmade at any time, whether oral or written, shall constitute such awarranty or representation.
Irene Hodes Newman - Stair Case, Savannah

Irene Hodes Newman - Stair Case, Savannah

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Lot number: 1614430
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From the estate of the artist, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, label veso. Irene Hodes Newman (American, 1900-1982), 'Stair Case, Savannah', Watercolor, 1947, matted and framed. Frame size 28 in. x 33 1/2 in. Irene Hodes Newman was born in Cameron, Missouri. She went on to an active career, indefatigable in her search for appropriate exhibition venues for her images of birds, atmospheric scenes of the Georgia Atlantic coast, and cityscapes from Savannah to New York City. She was a member of a number of museums and professional art societies. From 1948 to 1955, Newman was based in New York City and was affiliated with the prestigious Milch Gallery. Most striking in her oeuvre are her views of the scenery and people of the Georgia Atlantic coast and the city of Savannah. Newman died in New York City in 1982. Measurements H: by sight 20 in. x W: 25 in. Condition
Irene Hodes Newman - Unicorn

Irene Hodes Newman - Unicorn

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Lot number: 872
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New York (1900-1982) UNICORN watercolor, framed, unsigned paper size: H10" W13 1/8" *Provenance: From the estate of the artist. *Artist biography: Irene Hodes Newman, a skillful and ambitious watercolor painter, was born in Cameron, Missouri. As a young artist, she was singled out for favorable notice in the Art Digest review of the Morton Gallery (New York) watercolor show of September-October 1940. Newman went on to an active career, indefatigable in her search for appropriate exhibition venues for her images of birds, atmospheric scenes of the Georgia Atlantic coast, and cityscapes from Savannah to New York City. She was a joiner - a member of the Baltimore Water Color Club, the American Artists Professional League, the National Arts Club in New York City and the Audubon Artists Society. Active from the late 1930s until the mid-1950s, her work hung in exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. (1939); The American Water Color Society, New York (1939, 1941, 1942); the Morton Gallery, New York (1939, 1940); the Allied Artists of America, New York (1939-1942); the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland (1939, 1940, 1948-52); the Art Institute of Chicago (1940, 1941, 1949); the Kansas City Art Institute, Missouri (1940); the Brooklyn Museum (1941); the San Diego Fine Arts Society, California (1941); the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1942); the Springfield Museum of Art, Massachusetts (1945); the Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio (1950); the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia (1950); and the National Gallery of Art, Washington (1955). From 1948 until 1955, Newman was affiliated with the prestigious Milch Gallery in New York City. In 1949 she was featured there in a show called "Six Watercolorists." During this period she was based in New York City, showing paintings of birds as well as New York views. Newman also showed at the Grand Central Art Gallery in New York City in 1955. Most striking in Newman's oeuvre are her views of the scenery and people of the Georgia Atlantic coast, the city of Savannah as well as the low-lying sand and marsh barrier islands off the Georgia Coast. Given her documented interest in birds, perhaps she was drawn to this coastal area with its distinctive Gullah culture, which she captured in watercolor, and by its close proximity to the birding center at the Cumberland National Seashore, just south of the centers of Gullah settlement on Sea Island and St. Simons Island. Irene Newman died in New York City in the early 1960s.
Irene Hodes Newman - Swamp At Night

Irene Hodes Newman - Swamp At Night

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Lot number: 877
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New York (1900-1982) SWAMP AT NIGHT watercolor, framed, unsigned paper size: H20 3/8" W26" *Provenance: From the estate of the artist. *Artist biography: Irene Hodes Newman, a skillful and ambitious watercolor painter, was born in Cameron, Missouri. As a young artist, she was singled out for favorable notice in the Art Digest review of the Morton Gallery (New York) watercolor show of September-October 1940. Newman went on to an active career, indefatigable in her search for appropriate exhibition venues for her images of birds, atmospheric scenes of the Georgia Atlantic coast, and cityscapes from Savannah to New York City. She was a joiner - a member of the Baltimore Water Color Club, the American Artists Professional League, the National Arts Club in New York City and the Audubon Artists Society. Active from the late 1930s until the mid-1950s, her work hung in exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. (1939); The American Water Color Society, New York (1939, 1941, 1942); the Morton Gallery, New York (1939, 1940); the Allied Artists of America, New York (1939-1942); the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland (1939, 1940, 1948-52); the Art Institute of Chicago (1940, 1941, 1949); the Kansas City Art Institute, Missouri (1940); the Brooklyn Museum (1941); the San Diego Fine Arts Society, California (1941); the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1942); the Springfield Museum of Art, Massachusetts (1945); the Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio (1950); the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia (1950); and the National Gallery of Art, Washington (1955). From 1948 until 1955, Newman was affiliated with the prestigious Milch Gallery in New York City. In 1949 she was featured there in a show called "Six Watercolorists." During this period she was based in New York City, showing paintings of birds as well as New York views. Newman also showed at the Grand Central Art Gallery in New York City in 1955. Most striking in Newman's oeuvre are her views of the scenery and people of the Georgia Atlantic coast, the city of Savannah as well as the low-lying sand and marsh barrier islands off the Georgia Coast. Given her documented interest in birds, perhaps she was drawn to this coastal area with its distinctive Gullah culture, which she captured in watercolor, and by its close proximity to the birding center at the Cumberland National Seashore, just south of the centers of Gullah settlement on Sea Island and St. Simons Island. Irene Newman died in New York City in the early 1960s.
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