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Reginald Grooms Lithograph "The Alameda," 1932

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Reginald Leslie Grooms (Ohio, 1900 – 1989)
The Alameda, 1932
Lithograph on paper
Signed to the lower right
Artist proof

Reginald Grooms was a painter, watercolorist, lithographer and teacher. His students include many prominent and listed Cincinnati artists. The son of a wood engraver, Grooms took up watercolors and oils as a childhood hobby. He studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and in 1923 he went to Paris to study painting at the Académie Julian. While in Paris he exhibited in the Spring Salons of both 1924 and 1925. In 1925, Grooms returned to Cincinnati to teach at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati School of Applied Arts. Grooms had numerous solo exhibitions throughout his life including at the Closson Gallery, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Art Club, Charles Morgan Gallery in New York, and University of Kansas Museum.

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- wear and scratches to frame; toning, billowing, and mat burn.


19.5" W x 17.5" H x 1.75" D

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