(1892 - 1973)
Louis Lozowick was active/lived in New Jersey, New York / Russian Federation. Louis Lozowick is known for structure-scape and still life painting, constructivism, graphics.
Born in Ludvinovka in the Ukraine, Louis Lozowick became best known for
his lithographs of skyscrapers, constructions, and machinery, a series
spanning fifty years.
He attended the Kiev Art School from
1904 to 1906 and emigrated to the United States at age 14. In New
York, he studied for three years at the National Academy of Design with
Leon Kroll, attended Ohio State University, and between 1919 and 1924,
traveled extensively in Europe including Russia. From his
experiences there with artists, he wrote Modern Russian Art, and later did illustrations for the New Masses and translated for Broom Magazine.
to the United States, he was a muralist for the Public Works Art
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