Emanuel Romano Glicenstein

United States (18971984 ) - Artworks
ROMANO GLICENSTEIN Emanuel Mother And Child

Treadway-Toomey Gallery /Dec 2, 2007
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Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Untitled (cat)

Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Untitled (cat)

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Lot number: 35
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Emanuel Glicenstein Romano (AMERICAN, 1897-1984) Untitled (Cat) signed 'Emanuel Romano' (upper right) oil on board 19½ x 29¼ in. (49.6 x 74.3 cm.) This lot is offered without reserve. Property from The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Sold to Benefit the Acquisitions Fund
Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Mother And Child

Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Mother And Child

Original 1960
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Lot number: 596
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Description: Emanuel Romano (American, 1897-1984) "Mother and Child," c. 1960, oil on cloth, 31.5" x 25", signed upper left, framed Estimated Value: $500 - $700 Absentee Bid Telephone Bid Condition Report: Condition Reports will be coming soon. Thank you
Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Oil With Collage

Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Oil With Collage

Original 1940
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Lot number: 860
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Description: Emanuel Glicenstein Romano (Italian/American, 1897-1984) "Abstract," c. 1940, oil with collage, 20" x 31.5", unsigned, framed Estimated Value: $600 - $900 Absentee Bid Telephone Bid Condition Report: not examined out of frame; appears to be in good condition
Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Mother And Child

Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Mother And Child

Original 1945
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Lot number: 663
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, signed upper left, framed Estimated Value: $1,000 - $2,000 Condition Report: waviness to cloth throughout; otherwise in good condition Artist Bio: Emanuel Glicenstein Romano - Born in Rome, Romano was a skilled painter, illustrator, muralist and teacher. He was active in New York City, where he taught at the City College of New York. His work has been shown internationally, including exhibitions in Munich, Rome, New York, Tel Aviv, and in Chicago at the Art Institute.
Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Interior Tabletop Still Life With Mask And Oil Lamp

Emanuel Romano Glicenstein - Interior Tabletop Still Life With Mask And Oil Lamp

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Lot number: 448282
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Estimate: $ 800.00/1,200.00 ROMANO, Emanuel Glicenstein (American, b. Italy 1897 - d. New York1984) Interior Tabletop Still Life with Mask and Oil Lamp Oil on canvas 16" x 12" signed upper right Estate inventory label verso An example of the artist's charismatic mid-century visionaryperiod. Unframed. Provenance: Family of the artist. Emanuel Romano was born Emanuel Romano Glicenstein in Rome in theyear 1897, the son of Polish-born Jewish sculptor and ParisSalon-exhibiting artist Henryk Glicenstein. Romano took his firstlessons from his father in Paris and began exhibiting there whilestill a child. After coming to America in 1927 he altered andabbreviated his name to Emanuel Glicen Romano, sometimes signing"Glicen Romano" or "E. G. Romano" prior to WWII. During this time,after working in Boston, he exhibited extensively in New York wherehe established a studio on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Heexhibited in Europe again after WWII as well as in Israel, and isin numerous Israeli collections. Two hallmarks of Romano's career were a close interdisciplinaryaffiliation with personalities in many areas of the arts andletters as well as an intense humanistic treatment to his figures.He associated with and painted literary greats such as TennesseeWilliams and William Carlos Williams, the latter who reciprocatedby authoring an introduction to one of Romano's exhibitioncatalogues. An enigmatic figure of spiritual complexity, he wasoften misinterpreted as having changing his name to reduce itsJudaic emphasis, when in fact it was to distance himselfprofessionally from his famous father in order to establish his ownartistic identity. Romano created a poignant Holocaust series andalso was personally close with his father and family, oftenpainting Glicenstein at work in his studio and asking his sisterBeatrice to sit for him on many occasions. He created murals forthe 1939 World's Fairs in New York and San Francisco as well as onCity Island, formerly known as Welfare Island. Romano died in New York in 1984 and his work is included innumerous public and private collections as well as in "Who Was Whoin American Art". In the late 1980's a work on paper was sold atauction in Boston for over $1,000., in the late 1990's an oil wassold at auction in Chicago for over $3,000. and earlier in thisdecade a record for a portrait at auction was established bySothebys.com, though according to the artist's estate who providedthis information works have sold privately for considerably more.As an interesting aside, while nearly 50 works by Romano have beensold at nationally advertised public auctions, many of the saleshave taken place in regional cities where he worked or exhibited,conducted by auction houses who only recently have begun to submitsales results to online databases such as artnet.com, AskArt,artprice.com and ArtFact. Thus, all sources of auction priceinformation are to varying extents incomplete, as well as sometimesincorrectly listing Romano as having been born in 1901. SinceEmanuel Romano's death there have been at least four retrospectiveexhibitions of his work, and through the aforementionedinternational, national and regional interest in the artist'soeuvre his popularity has grown steadily, recently reaching andpoised to surpass the level of acclaim accorded him during hislifetime. Condition: Original, as discovered, estate condition with soundpaint, bold hues and no visible cracklure. Even light layer ofstudio dust. Outer 1/4"" of edges have typical wear from rackstorage which will not be visible once framed. Some light areas ofvarnish remnants. A strong, fresh, example. Nice find. Shipping & Payment Notes: Continental U.S.: $28.85 shipping, packing & handling (+optional insurance @ $1.10 per $100/partial $100 to equal final bidamount). Outside Continental U.S.: Via U.S. Postal Service Air Mail parcelrate when available (as calculated by the www.USPS.gov website) +include $14.45 packing & handling (+ optional insurance @posted rate if available) provided all package attributes fit yourcountry's guidelines to receive USPS items - items not conformingto the Postal Service guidelines due to size, weight, content, etc.will be billed for FedEx or other air service and professionalpacking at a higher rate may be required). Note: All goods, withoutexception, must be declared & insured as purchased merchandiseat exact bid amount. Florida residents add 7% sales tax or include copy of currentresale certificate in buyer's name. If paying by check, allow 10 - 20 days for delivery from receipt ofpayment (longer outside Continental US), items sent sooner w/PayPal. We also accept Paypal. You can make a payment using your M/C, Visa,Discover or Amex even if you have not set up a Paypal account (seewww.paypal.com for details).
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