© Estate of Louis Lozowick%2C courtesy Mary Ryan Gallery%2C New York

Gas Synthetics, 1944

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Lozowick's precisionist image of a chemical refinery is one of twelve lithographs he produced for a calendar honoring American industrial prowess during World War II. Active in leftist politics, Lozowick was closely allied with Russian Constructivism during the 1920s, championing the machine aesthetic that became an important aspect of the American Precisionists. Like the present example, his paintings and graphic work regularly explored the industrial landscape, stressing the power and mystique of the modern machine.

Exhibitions
Details
Title
Gas Synthetics
Artist Life
American (born Russia), 1892–1973
Role
Artist
Accession Number
P.99.7
Provenance
(Mary Ryan Gallery, New York); sold to MIA, 1999.
Catalogue Raisonne
Flint 201
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© Estate of Louis Lozowick, courtesy Mary Ryan Gallery, New York

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