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During his career his art was exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Corcoran Gallery, the Carnegie Institute, the Cape Cod Association and the National Academy.

In Joseph Margulies, American Art of the Depression Era dating from 1930 to 1945 (Art of The Print / Artist Index: R to Z): Like the previous three pages, page four of this directory provides a full variety of Depression era themes and techniques. In total, there are over two hundred works of original art created by American artists from the Depression decade of the 1930’s and into the early 1940’s listed in the 'American Art of the Depression' directory. Our collection consists of original paintings, watercolors, drawings, and original prints, such as etchings, engravings, lithographs, woodcuts, silk-screens, aquatints, mezzotints, linocuts, monoprints, and other mediums of original art.

All of these works of art have been created by prominent and established painters, illustrators, watercolour artists and printmakers from around the world.

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We became friendly with Larry, an Acoma Indian who was an x-ray technician at the hospital.

The American Art of the Depression Era directory contains a listing of original works of art from the Depression decade of the 1930’s and into the early 1940’s created by American artists. Many of these organizations provided an opportunity for American artists to work and create original works of art during the Great Depression. American Art of the Depression Era dating from 1930 to 1945 (Art of The Print / Artist Index: A to E): The following four pages contain a listing of original American etchings, lithographs woodcuts, serigraphs, watercolors, drawings, linocuts and wood engravings from the Depression decade of the 1930’s and into the early 1940’s.

These pages also include information about the art publishers, associations, clubs, groups and societies located in major cities throughout the United States, such as Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, Wichita, Philadelphia, Rochester, San Francisco, Washington D. A few of the art associations and clubs active during this period that are discussed in this directory include the American Artists Group, the Associated American Artists, New York, the Buffalo Print Club, the Chicago Society of Etchers, the Lone Star Printmakers, the Prairie Print Makers, the Print Club of Cleveland, the Print Club of Philadelphia, the Print Club of Rochester, the Society of American Etchers, the Indiana Society of Printmakers, the Society of Washington D. Despite the dire economic times publishers of original prints continued to survive and successfully raise revenue for the artists as well as making original art affordable during the Great Depression years.

"Harbour Scene" stands as a prime, original example of the etched art of Joseph Kaplan.