DescriptionARTHUR SZYK (American 1894 - 1951)
Give Me a Hand, Somebody, 1941
Ink on paper
8 x 5 in.
Signed lower right
In 1934, Arthur Szyk exhibited his works in the United States, including a showing of his George Washington/American Revolution series at the Library of Congress. After residing in England for a time, he immigrated to the United States in 1940.
Szyk's graphic jabs at the Third Reich were so scathing, Adolf Hitler was said to have placed a bounty on Szyk's life. For more information on this remarkable artist, visit the website at www.szyk.org./artist.html.
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