Born in Milton, Pennsylvania in 1902, Hubert Davis studied at the Art Students League of New York in the 1920s. His works—depictions of landscapes and figure studies executed on oil on canvas and watercolour—were first exhibited in 1925.
The earliest and most renowned of Davis's lithographic pieces were produced in 1931: a medium he devoted himself to, some of Davis's best known lithographs include Costume Designs, Seaboard Castle and Pier 50, North River.
An active figure in the New York art community, like many of his contemporaries, Davis was highly influenced by the American working class's lifestyle and the hardships endured during the Great Depression. Many of Davis's
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