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Harvey Breverman (b. 1934) highly regarded contemporary American printmaker, studied under Samuel Rosenberg and Balcombe Greene at Carnegie-Mellon University (BFA). He concluded his education at Ohio University (MFA). _During his career Harvey Breverman has received such awards as the Tiffany Foundation Grant, Netherlands Government Grant, the 3rd British International Print Biennial Graphics Prize, Medal at the National Arts Club, New York, the Ralph Fabri Prize and the Leo Meissner Prize. His original etchings have been exhibited at such international institutions as the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the White House, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Puskin Museum, Moscow, the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, England, Galerie 15, Oslo, Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Museo Nacional de la Stampa, Mexico City, Museo Nacional de Belles Artes, Buenos Aires, and many others. The graphic art of Harvey Breverman is now included in the following collections; Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum, Jewish Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the National Portrait Gallery and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC. Professor Harvey Breverman was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1992 and an Academician in 1994. Offered here is a large color lithograph, pencil signed, numbered VIII/XXV, titled THE INVENTOR, approx. 22.5 x 30 in. flush. Flush means printed to the edges - no margins. Note: the pictures we are using here are of another print from this edition which has a different edition number. We just borrowed the pictures rather than trying to get a good camera shot because of the size. Same print. The condition is very good. The lithograph we are offering here was formerly in the permanent collection of Nasson Collge [Maine] which closed years ago. Wepurchased much of their art collection. We believe he made this print in 1977.



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