American (1895 – 1992)
The Roundhouse, 1930
Lithograph on wove paper, full margins.
Edition of 25.
Signed, dated and titled in pencil.
13 x 19 1/8 in.; 33.02 x 48.58 cm.
Like Harry Sternberg and Blanche Grambs, Gottlieb spent time in Pennsylvania viewing factories and meeting the workers. David Acton writes in A Spectrum of Innovation,1990, “Although today’s viewers may consider an industrial plant ugly, dehumanizing, and environmentally threatening, to Gottlieb and the depression-era Social Realists, a working factory was a thing of potential and awesome beauty.”
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