Samuel Reindorf (1914-1988)
Samuel Reindorf (1914-1988). San Miguel de Allende, 1965. Oil and sand on canvas measures 30 x 36 inches; 37 x 43 inches in a distressed vintage framed. Excellent condition with no damage or restoration. Signed and dated lower right. Titled and dated en verso.
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Birth place: Warsaw, Poland
Addresses: NYC; Westport, CT
Profession: Painter, engraver, lithographer, instructor
Studied: Central Tech. Sch., Toronto; Am. Artists Sch., NYC (scholarship) with Saul Wilson & Nahum Tscacbasov; Sol Baiserman.
Exhibited: Toronto Art Gal., 1934-38; Riverside Mus., 1939-40, 1945; WFNY, 1939, 1963-65; Butler Inst. Am. Art, 1963-65; 26th Ann. Exh. Contemp. Am. Painting, Palm Beach, 1964 (first prize); CAFA,1968 (hon. men. for "Clown"); Washington Irving Gals., NYC & Agra Gal., Wash., DC, 1970s.
Member: Artists Equity Assn New York; Art Lg. Am.
Work: Fairfield (CT) Mus.; Toronto (Ontario) Art Gal.; Riverside Mus., New York; Hall of Art, New York; Tygeson Gal., Toronto.
Comments: Preferred media: oils, pastels, watercolors. Publications: auth., articles, Art News, 1964, Toronto Star, 1965, Toronto Globe & Mail, 1966, Excelsior, Mexico City, 1967 & Dallas Morning News, 1967. Illustr.: The Land of the Whip," 1939; "I Came Out Alive," 1941.