Jacob Lawrence—Paintings, Drawings, and Prints



February 6 - February 29, 2020 extended to March 28, 2020




     
Installations view from January 2020


The Seattle Times
50 works by beloved Seattle artist Jacob Lawrence on view in expansive exhibit at Greg Kucera Gallery
by Brendan Kiley
February 20, 2020

The Stranger
Currently Hanging: Jacob Lawrence's "Revolt on the Amistad" at Greg Kucera Gallery
by Jasmyne Keimig
February 25, 2020


Paintings


FAMILY, 1966
Tempera and gouache on paper
11.75 x 11.5 inches
SOLD



Mixed media works on paper




TRACK MEET, 1975-1996
Pencil, crayon and inkwash on paper
22.25 x 30 inches
Private Collection




STUDY FOR PAINTING - THE BUILDERS, 1985
Gouache, crayon and pencil on paper
24 x 18 inches
SOLD



CAT WITH GWEN, 1960
Brush and ink on paper
17.75 x 34 inches




UNTITLED (Men Working), 1973
Brush and ink on paper
30 x 22 inches
SOLD



BUILDERS, 1982
Colored pencil on paper
12 x 9 inches
SOLD



FIGURE STUDY AFTER VESALIUS
(leaning with plumb bob, CR V-35), 1979, 1996
Graphite on paper
8.5 x 7.5 inches
SOLD



Prints


Additional impressions available please inquire



FIVE BUILDERS WITH TOOL BOX, 1996
Etching with aquatint on paper
26.75 x 31.75 inches
Edition of 65
SOLD



MAN ON SCAFFOLD, 1985
Lithograph on Arches
30 x 22.5 inches
Edition of 60
Collection of Roger Bass






GRAND PERFORMANCE, 1993
Lithograph on Rives BFK
26.5 x 20.25 inches
Private Collection




CONFRONTATION AT THE BRIDGE, 1975
Silkscreen
19.5 x 26 inches
Edition of 175
SOLD



OTHER ROOMS, 1975
Silkscreen
24.5 x 18.5 inches
Private collection



REVOLT ON THE AMISTAD, 1989
Silkscreen
40 x 32 inches
Edition of 120
SOLD



Jacob Lawrence
DOUGLAS, 1999
Silkscreen on paper
35 x 26 inches
Edition of 125
SOLD


SUPERMARKET - FLORA, 1996
Color screenprint on Rives BFK paper
30 x 22 inches
AP, Edition of 108
SOLD



The LIFE OF TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE
Serigraphs
SOLD (additional impressions available please inquire)

DECEPTION, 1997, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 125, $8,500 framed


DONDON, 1992, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 124, SOLD


FLOTILLA, 1996, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 120, SOLD



ST. MARC, 1994, 32 x 22 inches, Edition of 120, SOLD


THE BIRTH, 1986, 32 x 22 inches, Edition of 100, SOLD

THE BURNING, 1997, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 125, Price on request


THE CAPTURE, 1987, 32 x 22 inches, Edition of 120, SOLD


THE MARCH, 1995, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 120, SOLD


THE OPENER, 1997, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 125, SOLD


TO PRESERVE THEIR FREEDOM, 1988, 22 x 32 inches, Edition of 99 SOLD








The Legend of John Brown
Serigraph on domestic etching paper through hand-cut film stencils, 26 x 20 inches, edition of 60 SOLD (additional impressions available please inquire)

1. JOHN BROWN, A MAN WHO HAD A FANATICAL BELIEF THAT HE WAS CHOSEN BY GOD TO OVERTHROW BLACK SLAVERY IN AMERICA. (1 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


3. FOR 12 YEARS, JOHN BROWN ENGAGED IN LAND SPECULATIONS AND WOOL MERCHANDISING; ALL THIS TO MAKE SOME MONEY FOR HIS GREATER WORK WHICH WAS THE ABOLISHMENT OF SLAVERY. (3 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


4. HIS ADVENTURES FAILING HIM, HE ACCEPTED POVERTY. (4 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN)



5. JOHN BROWN, WHILE TENDING HIS FLOCK IN OHIO, FIRST COMMUNICATED WITH HIS SONS AND DAUGHTERS HIS PLANS OF ATTACKING SLAVERY BY FORCE. (5 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


6. JOHN BROWN FORMED AN ORGANIZATION AMONG THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE ADIRONDACK WOODS TO RESIST THE CAPTURE OF ANY FUGITIVE SLAVE. (6 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977

8. JOHN BROWN'S FIRST THOUGHT OF THE PLACE WHERE HE WOULD MAKE HIS ATTACK CAME TO HIM WHILE SURVEYING LAND FOR OBERLIN COLLEGE IN WEST VIRGINIA. (8 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


9. KANSAS CITY WAS NOW THE SKIRMISH GROUND OF THE CIVIL WAR. (9 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


10. THOSE PRO-SLAVERY WERE MURDERED BY THOSE ANTI-SLAVERY. (10 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


12. JOHN BROWN'S VICTORY AT BLACK JACK DROVE THOSE PRO-SLAVERY TO NEW FURY, AND THOSE WHO WERE ANTI-SLAVERY TO NEW EFFORTS. (12 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


13. JOHN BROWN, AFTER LONG MEDITATION, PLANNED TO FORTIFY HIMSELF SOMEWHERE IN THE MOUNTAINS OF VIRGINIA OR TENNESSEE AND THERE MAKE RAIDS ON THE SURROUNDING PLANTATIONS, FREEING SLAVES. (13 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


14. JOHN BROWN COLLECTED MONEY FROM SYMPATHIZERS AND FRIENDS TO CARRY OUT HIS PLANS. (14 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977


16. IN SPITE OF A PRICE ON HIS HEAD, JOHN BROWN, IN 1859 LIBERATED 12 NEGROES FROM MISSOURI PLANTATIONS (16 from the series of 22, THE LEGEND OF JOHN BROWN), 1977