The Homeless, 1948

Millions of people were homeless at the end of World War II. This is the artist’s heartfelt tribute to refugees everywhere. It was the cover painting in his first exhibition at the Eggleston Galleries on 57th Street, NYC, December 1948.

Oil on canvas,
72” x 48”

Painting: $12,500
Print, recommended size: 24” x 16” image on
30” x 22” paper, $110