Watercolors of city images with colors wandering off into the mist. If we are lucky they’ll be back. American. Todros Geller, artist (1889-1949). Also taught art and made prints.

"Street Scene with Man." 1942.
“Street Scene with Man.” 1942. Watercolor. Signed. Image © MutualArt. Fair use license. via https://www.mutualart.com/Artwork/Street-Scene-with-Man/D760C7A059B76D25
Untitled (factory). ca. 1930's.
Untitled (factory). ca. 1930’s. Private collection. In the public domain in the United States due to age. via https://observer.com/2015/02/seeing-red-nyus-grey-art-gallery-revisits-americas-socialist-moment-in-full/
"Industrial Scene." 1938.
“Industrial Scene.” 1938. Collaboration of Geller and his students. Todros Geller with students, Courtesy Spertus Institute, Image © 2019 WWCI. Fair use license. via https://news.wttw.com/2018/09/13/strange-worlds-first-solo-show-late-chicago-artist-todros-geller
Untitled street scene. 1927.
Untitled (Street scene). 1927. Oil on canvas on panel. Signed and dated Todros Geller ‘27, lower left. Image ©2019 Richard Norton Gallery LLC. Fair use license. via https://richardnortongallery.com/artists/todros-geller/artworks/6709-untitled-street
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