Saul Steinberg

Artwork

Derriere Le Miroir (139/150), 1977

Saul Steinberg

Derriere Le Miroir (139/150), 1977

Original Lithographs (3), signed

14 x 11 in

$1,800.00

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 96/150, signed blue cover (96/150), 1973

Saul Steinberg

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 96/150, signed blue cover (96/150), 1973

(3) original Lithographs

14 x 11 in

$1,800.00

Pewaukee, 1981

Saul Steinberg

Pewaukee, 1981

Poster

26.75 x 16.75 in

$350.00

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 131/150, signed brown cover (131/150), 1971

Saul Steinberg

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 131/150, signed brown cover (131/150), 1971

(3) original lithographs

14 x 11 in

$950.00

Galerie Maeght, 1971

Saul Steinberg

Galerie Maeght, 1971

Poster

28 x 19 in

$25.00

Railway Station Poster, 1953

Saul Steinberg

Railway Station Poster, 1953

Poster

25 x 18 in

$60.00

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 138/150, signed (138/150), 1977

Saul Steinberg

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 138/150, signed (138/150), 1977

Original Lithographs(3)

14 x 11 in

$950.00

Matisse Postcard Ed: 80/100 - Six Drawings Tables, 1970

Saul Steinberg

Matisse Postcard Ed: 80/100 - Six Drawings Tables, 1970

Lithograph, from Portfolio

30 x 22 in

$7,500.00

Saul Steinberg (Whitney Mus.), 1978

Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg (Whitney Mus.), 1978

Poster

35 x 24 in

$50.00

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 140/150, signed (140/150), 1977

Saul Steinberg

Derriere Le Miroir Ed: 140/150, signed (140/150), 1977

Original Lithographs (3)

14 x 11 in

$1,800.00

Nuits de la Foundation Maeght, 1970

Saul Steinberg

Nuits de la Foundation Maeght, 1970

Color Poster with gold seal

35 x 22 in

$80.00

Trompe L'oeil (6/50), 1971

Saul Steinberg

Trompe L'oeil (6/50), 1971

Original color lithograph, signed & numbered in pencil, 6/50

27 x 17 in

$1,250.00

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Saul Steinberg
Famed worldwide for giving graphic definition to the postwar age, Saul Steinberg (1914-1999) had one of the most remarkable careers in American art. While renowned for the covers and drawings that appeared in The New Yorker for nearly six decades, he was equally acclaimed for the drawings, paintings, prints, collages, and sculptures he exhibited internationally in galleries and museums. Steinberg crafted a rich and ever-evolving idiom that found full expression through these parallel yet integrated careers. Such many-leveled art, however, resists conventional critical categories. “I don’t quite belong to the art, cartoon or magazine world, so the art world doesn’t quite know where to place me,” he said. 1 He was a modernist without portfolio, constantly crossing boundaries into uncharted visual territory. In subject matter and styles, he made no distinction between high and low art, which he freely conflated in an oeuvre that is stylistically diverse yet consistent in depth and visual imagination.
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