SALLY LUSTIG, Early 20th Century Listed artist, New York/Romania, Portrait of Stephanie, Circa 1930's, 24" x 17" sight size charcoal (framed size: 35-1/2" x 29") signed lower left: Sally Lustig. Provenance: Sullivan, Goss Gallery, Santa Barbara, California, price was $12,345 - see labels as photograph 7. Condition: Out of frame and mat you can see the stain upper right on the drawing (photos 4 and 5), browning and edge wear, also has stains on the back of the paper. Frame has nicks and rubs, mat has some dirt. Rare 30's artist! Her work doesn't come up often!
Biography from the Archives of askART
Active in New York City in the 1930s, Sally Lustig was a painter who worked primarily with oil and watercolor. "She thinned her oils to washes, which she appled to canvas for an effect similar to watercolor."
Lustig was a student in Germany at the Academy of Fine Art, Munich* and at the National Academy of Design* in New York.
Memberships included the National Association of Women Artists*, a group with whom she also exhibited from 1935 to 1938. At the National Academy of Design exhibition of 1932, she entered a painting, The Music Lesson, and in 1934, at the Salons of America*, she exhibited Vanity-the Lesson. In 1936, Lustig had a solo exhibition at the Argent Gallery in New York.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
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