George Josimovich

American, 1894 - 1986


George Josimovich was born in Sremska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia in 1894. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1908 and began his studies at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1914. In 1919, Josimovich was greatly influenced by artist and instructor George Bellows.

From 1926-1927, Josimovich maintained a studio in Paris and exhibited at Galerie D’Art Contemporain. Upon Josimovich’s return to Chicago in the late 1920s, he became an important force in Chicago Modern painting. He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Salons of America and The Carnegie Institute, among others. He died in Newark, NJ in 1986.

  • Josimovich 3075

    P-4, 1967
    Acrylic on board
    34 x 32 1/2 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich, titled and dated on reverse.

    #3075
  • 3073 josimovich 3073

    P-23, 1971
    Oil on paper on acrylic gesso
    12 x 21 1/2 inches

    Signed with initials G.J. lower right; signed and dated on reverse.

    #3073
  • 3071 josimovich 3071

    P-22-A (Variation), 1970
    Oil on paper
    12 x 21 1/2 inches

    Signed with initials G.J. lower right; signed and dated on reverse.

    #3071
  • 3074 josimovich 3074

    P-3-A, 1967
    Oil on paper on acrylic gesso
    15 x 24 inches

    Signed with initials G.J. lower right; signed and dated on reverse.

    #3074
  • 3072 josimovich 3072

    P-24, ca. 1970
    Oil on paper on acrylic gesso
    14 x 21 3/4 inches

    Signed with initials G.J. lower right; signed and titled on reverse.

    #3072
  • 2982 josimovich 2982

    Untitled (House and Road), ca. 1925
    Watercolor on paper
    10 x 14 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich lower left and lower center.

    #2982
  • 2975 josimovich 2975

    Untitled (Fish and Flowers), 1924
    Gouache on paper
    10 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches

    Signed and dated G. Josimovich '24 lower right; signed on reverse .

    #2975
  • 2976 josimovich 2976

    Untitled (Fish and Flowers), 1924
    Gouache on paper
    10 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches

    Signed and dated G. Josimovich '24 lower right; signed on reverse.

    #2976
  • Josimovich 2988

    Untitled (Man Seated on Bench), 1925
    Graphite on paper
    4 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches

    Signed with initials G.J. and dated lower right.

    #2988
  • Josimovich 2985

    Untitled (Horses), ca. 1930
    Graphite on paper
    5 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches

    Signed with initials G.J. and dated lower right.

    #2985
  • Josimovich 2984

    Untitled (Beach Scene), ca. 1925
    Graphite on paper
    5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches

    Signed Josimovich lower right.

    #2984
  • 2998 josimovich 2998

    Untitled (Reclining Nude on her Side), ca. 1930
    Ink on paper
    11 x 17 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich lower right.

    #2998
  • 3001 josimovich 3007

    Untitled (Reclining Nude from Behind, Lying Flat), ca. 1930
    Ink on paper
    10 x 15 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich lower right.

    #3001
  • 3011 josimovich 3011

    Untitled (Seated Nude from Behind with One Arm Raised), ca. 1930
    Ink on paper
    11 x 17 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich lower right.

    #3011
  • Josimovich 3008

    Untitled (Standing Nude from Behind with One Hand), ca. 1930
    Ink on paper
    15 x 10 inches

    Signed Josimovich lower right.

    #3008
  • 3026 josimovich 3026

    Untitled (Male Figure Study), ca. 1930
    Ink on paper
    17 x 11 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich lower right.

    #3026
  • Josimovich 9642

    Portrait of J.Z. Jacobson, ca. 1930s
    Oil on canvas
    26 x 22 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich upper right.

    #9642
  • Josimovich 7309

    Deshabille, 1928
    Oil on canvas
    32 x 28 1/4 inches

    Signed G. Josimovich upper right; titled on reverse.

    #7309

George Josimovich was born in Sremska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia in 1894. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1908 and began his studies at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1914. In 1919, Josimovich was greatly influenced by artist and instructor George Bellows.

From 1926-1927, Josimovich maintained a studio in Paris and exhibited at Galerie D’Art Contemporain. Upon Josimovich’s return to Chicago in the late 1920s, he became an important force in Chicago Modern painting. He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Salons of America and The Carnegie Institute, among others. He died in Newark, NJ in 1986.

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