Alan Horton Crane (Massachusetts, 1901-1969), fine art lithograph on paper of solitary figure watching an oncoming storm; from an edition of 50 signed “Alan Crane '' in the lower-right margin and titled “Approaching Storm” in the lower-left margin. Sight size 10” x 14” with original matte 16” x 20” and overall as framed 16 ¾” x 20 ¾”
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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Crane studied at the Pratt Institute with Winold Weiss. He then went on to study and practice stage design with Richard Boleslawsky at the American Laboratory Theater and at various other summer stock theaters. He was a noted printmaker who produced numerous illustrations for books and magazines. He is best remembered for his series of lithographs of New England subjects.
See here for several examples of his New England lithographs that are held by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, including the one for sale here.
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