Rose, Iver (1899-1972) “Aspiring Artist”,
oil on board, 24” x 18 ½”, signed lower left

Artist Biography

Iver Rose (1899-1972)

Born/lived: Chicago, Il/Rockport, Gloucester, Cape Ann, North Shore, MA.

Known for: Easel painting, illustrator, graphic designer, printmaker, Murals: Fresco, Mosaic and stained glass. Media: oil paint, gouache, mixed media, lithography. Style: abstract figurative, abstract, modernist, modernism. Subjects: Social Realism, children, figures, outdoor sporting scenes, Field and Steam, hunting, circus figures, daily life.

Studied: Cincinnati Academy of Fine Arts, the Art Institute of Chicago, Hull House School of Art, Chicago (Affiliated).

Member: Allied Artists of America, Audubon Society of Artists, American Artists Congress, Rockport Art Association.

Exhibited: The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Allied Artists of America, National Academy of Design, NY, Audubon Society of Artists, Rockport Art Association, Art Institute of Chicago, Corcoran Gallery and/or Art School, Washington DC, Museum of Modern Art, NY, Carnegie Institute, International, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Work: WPA: New Deal Federal Arts Project Artist.

Awards: Emily Lowe Memorial Award, Audubon Artists.

Painting Features

Artist First Name Iver
Artist Last Name Rose
Artist's Dates (1899-1972
Materials oil on board
Markings signed lower left
Size 24” x 18 ½”
Price contact gallery
Comments This painting is in excellent condition in a gold frame, also in excellent condition.