Lillian HALL

Lillian Hall (1905-2000) was an artist and educator, known for her paintings, murals, and prints. She was active in Chicago during the height of the WPA’s Federal Art Project and held several positions on the board of directors of the illustrious Chicago Society of Artists, the oldest of its type in the United States. Hall studied at several art institutions, including the Institute of Design in Chicago under Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Her work is a reflection of the times, depicting man’s interaction with technology with strong palette contrasts to emphasize the strength of American industry and its people.
Lillian Hall - Old Eli - Linocut - back of old man at farm property

Old Eli

HALL, Lillian

Linocut on thin Japan wove paper.From a small edition of less than 20. Titled and signed “L. Hall” in pencil. Very fine impression excellent condit...

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