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Hananiah Harari (1912-2000)

Color Serigraph on Paper, 1939

Pencil signed, titled and dated by the artist

7 h x 9 w

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Born in Rochester, New York, Hananiah Harari attended the Syracuse University School of Fine Arts. He later studied art with Fernand LégerParis in the mid-1930s. Harari helped found the American Artists' Union in 1936 and began exhibiting his artwork in New York in 1939 at Mercury Gallery. Harari was active as an illustrator in the 1940s and his artwork made the covers of many magazines including Fortune. He also drew cartoons for The New Masses, which led to his being blacklisted in the 1950s during the McCarthy era.

     
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