Great mood to this depression era watercolor painting by Karl Gasslander (American, 1905-1997) titled “Provincetown Warehouse” and circa 1930’s. Signature bottom right in pencil, hard to notice because it was painted over. Label on back identifies the artist, date and title. Framed in contemporary metal frame with linen matting under glass. Measures 30in x 26in overall and 23.5in x 18in image only. Condition:
Karl Gasslander, was an accomplished painter, writer, and teacher. Born in Rockford, Illinois, Gasslander was the art critic for the Evanston Daily News, and taught at the Evanston Collegiate Institute. He attended the Art Students League in New York, and in Illinois the Art Institute of Chicago as well as the Northwestern University School of Art. He was a member of the Chicago Society of Artists, the Chicago Society of Printmakers, and was a WPA artist under Louis Cheskin.
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