Available works by: Louis Lozowick  Ukrainian / American (1892 - 1973)  

Louis Lozowick was born in Ludvinovka in 1891, one of six children.  With the support of an older brother he attended the Keiv Art School from 1903-1905.  When political upheaval took hold, he escaped  to the United States to join his brother in New York City, where he quickly learned enough English to attend a Newark high school, supporting himself with factory work. 

In 1912 he began attending the National Academy of Design, studying under Leon Kroll, George W. Maynard, Ivan Olinsky, Emil Carlsen, and others.  Encouraged by Carlsen and Kroll to develop his own style, he applied at Ohio State University, where he would be able to find jobs while continuing to pursue a more modern, less rigid artistic education.   In 1919 Lozowick returned to Europe, this time to the many artistic capitols it housed, including Paris, Berlin, and Moscow.  Influenced by the new styles which were developing there, Lozowick's early work shows the signs of Cubist and Russian Contructivist theory, and his love of structural images.  He was a part of the New York Graphic Arts Division of the Federal Arts Project, and through this he was able to fully concentrate on lithography, a medium he would focus on throughout his life. In a prolific career that spanned nearly his entire life, Lozowick remained active in many forms of art— including graphic, fine, theater set and costume design, and illustration, among others— until his death in 1973.  

Louis Lozowick : Bridges at Davidson Galleries

Louis Lozowick Ukrainian / American (1892 - 1973)


Medium: lithograph
Year: 1972
Edition : I/X
Signature: signed. monogram in stone
References: Flint 18
Size: 13 x 7 3/4 inches
Condition: toned
Stock Number: 51037c
Price: $1600.00

Louis Lozowick : Skater

Louis Lozowick American (1892–1973)

Skater's Island

Medium: Lithograph
Year: Date of Impression 1937. Date of Plate 1944.
Edition : 250
Signature: Signed in pencil
Publisher: Associated American Artists
References: Flint 150
Provenance: Original Associated American Artists label accompanies the work.
Size: 8-3/4 x 13 inches
Condition: Faintly toned.
Stock Number: 45962c
Price: $750.00