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Carl Zimmerman Watercolor Painting

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Carl Zimmerman (Cincinnati, Ohio; 1900-1985)
Untitled, mid-late 20th century
Watercolor painting on paper
Signed to the lower right

A watercolor painting on paper by listed artist Carl Zimmerman (Cincinnati, Ohio; 1900-1985), dated mid-late 20th century. The work depicts a picturesque architectural landscape comprised of a wooden residential building situated among defoliated trees and a rocky territory. The composition is portrayed with bleeding pigments and intermittent bursts of vibrancy. The piece is signed to the lower right. The work is presented matted and sealed in acetate.

Zimmerman was a prominent Cincinnati artist, known for his mural and oil paintings, as well as his teaching ability. He studied under Reginald Grooms, John E. Weis, and Herman Wessel. In 1927, Zimmerman received his first commission to paint a mural through the recommendation of John E. Weiss, and after much success, he was commissioned to paint murals for large cities across the United States. Zimmerman taught at the Art Academy, Taft Museum, and Cincinnati Art Museum. He was the president and a longtime member of the Cincinnati Art Club.


- minor denting to the corners of the matting; minor scratching to the acetate cover.


28.0" W x 20.0" H x 0.25" D

- measures the matting; visible image measures approximately 21.5" W x 14.5" H.

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