Fletcher/Copenhaver Fine Art
John Lang (Early 20th Century)

Lang was an artist associated with the artists’ colony in Woodstock, New York. In 1939 and 1940, while he was in New Orleans working on several W. P. A. projects, Lang made a series of wonderfully atmospheric pen and wash drawings which capture the steamy, sub-tropical climate of that city. Lang took part in a W. P. A. exhibition in New York City of artists from the South.

Information from TheHistoric new Orleans Collection

John Lang Early 20th Century
New Orleans Street Scene

Pen and wash drawing
Signed and inscribed, lower left: “John Lang/ n.o.”
Sheet size: 8½ X 14 inches
Frame size: 17½ X 22½ inches
FC05062   $675
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