A MARTIN LEWIS PRINT FOR TODAY

Rainy Day, Queens, 1931.

My friend Jae Song turned me on to this guy — he did brilliant work. Why have I never heard of him before? Why are there no books that collect his prints — just a catalogue raisonné with tiny reference reproductions?

This image owes something to Caillebotte’s Jour de Pluie à Paris of 1877:

5 thoughts on “A MARTIN LEWIS PRINT FOR TODAY

  1. I’ve been on a quest for some time now to buy a Martin Lewis reproduction print, but they are nowhere to be found. Does anyone know if any have been made or how to get one made?

    • My brother, Paul, is the author of ML Prints (A Catalogue Raisonne).

      Illegal to reproduce from an original of which I own several.

      I recently asked him if there are any and he replied there are none because the copyright is still valid.

      Peter McCarron…………………….

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