Lot of 4 gouache watercolor by Jerome Biederman.
Mississippi River Steam Boat,"The Hudson,"1886. Measures 16.5 x 9 in. (sight) and 25 x 16.5 in. with its mat.
Hudson River Steam Boat, "Isaac Newton," late 1880s. Measures 18 x 9.75 in. (sight) and 26 x 17.5 in. with its mat. condition: some soiling on the image.
Steam Ship, "St. Louis," 1894 Trans-Atlantic Fast Passenger. Measures 17x 13.5 in. (sight) and 25 x 21.5 in. with its mat. condition: some marks on the mat.
Hudson River Side Wheel, "Mary Powell," 1861. Measures 17.75 x 11 in. (sight) and 26 x 18.75 in. with its mat.
"My final year in high school, I convinced myself that, above all else, I wanted to become an artist,” wrote Jerome Biederman in the November-December 1970 issue of Horseless Carriage Gazette. Biederman built a prolific career as a pioneering artist of inventions in transportation that moved on land, air, and sea. His paintings were prominently featured in McCleery-Cumming Corporation calendars, Playboy magazine, Automobile Quarterly, and Horseless Carriage Gazette for over thirty years.
Excellent unless noted otherwise in the description. All are most likely glued to their mats.
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