Hyman Warsager was born June 23, 1909 and raised in New York City. He studied at the Pratt Institute of Art, the Grand Central School of Art, and the American Artists School. He was active in the New York City WPA graphic arts division from 1935-1939. His work has been exhibited at the Philadelphia Arts Alliance, the Philadelphia Print Club, the San Francisco Art Association (prize winner in 1938), the Whitney Museum of American Art (1940-42), and the Chicago Art Institute. He was a regular contributor to the New Masses magazine.
Warsager was a member of the John Reed Club. The club was named after the journalist who founded the American Communist Party in 1929. The club had 30 branches in maj
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