"Day and Night" - Lithograph by Raymond Loewy
Museum of Prints & Printmaking
Print Club of Albany Collection
This work is donated by the Museum of Prints and Printmaking at 150 Barrett St. Schenectady NY 12305. Was professionally framed by Kettlewell & Edwards Framing and Fine Art Gallery, 13 Phila St. Saratoga Springs NY 12866.
One hundred percent of the Hammer Price of this Historically Important Industrial Designer's Print along with Kettlewell and Edwards custom made frame. Goes to the Saratoga Automobile Museum
This is an original limited-edition lithograph by Raymond Loewy, It is entitled Day and Night numbered in pencil bottom left 177/300. It was published by Circle Fine Arts bears their blind stamp also bottom left.
Raymond Loewy (1893-1986) active (1909-1980) referred to as the father of industrial design, Streamlining and The Man Who shaped America. He designed many things that were used every day. Cars include: 1934 Hupp Motor company Model J Aero-Dynamic, 1947 Studebaker Champion, 1953 Studebaker Commander and Studebaker Starliner coupe, Hillman Minx 1956-1959 was part of design team, 1961 Sunbeam Alpine Raymond Loewy Studio, 1961 Studebaker Avanti.
Other: Air Force One livery, Coca-Cola fountain dispenser, Concorde interiors, Gestetner duplicating machine, Greyhound Scenicruiser bus and logo, JFK postage stamp, Lucky Strike package, NASA interiors for Skylab and Apollo programs, Rosenthal China 2000 Series, Sears Coldspot refrigerators, Streamlined locomotives for the Pennsylvania Railroad, Logos for Exxon, Shell, BP, International Harvester, TWA, Nabisco, Quaker, New Man, LU and the U.S. Postal Service
Also, consultant to NASA. Published several books and appeared on the cover of Time Magazine in 1949. His works have been exhibited at the Smithsonian, Museum of Modern arts and others.
- "Day and Night" - Lithograph by Raymond Loewy
- Auto Model Name
- Original Print
- Center Console