Maltby Sykes (Aberdeen, MS 1911 - Auburn, AL 1992)


Maltby Sykes (1911-1992) is most well known as a printmaker who advanced the artistic technique and cultural status of works on paper. He trained with John Sloan in New York, Diego Rivera in Mexico, and Andre Lhote and Fernand L├ęger in Paris. Prints by Sykes are in major museum collections including The Museum of Modern Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Sykes was Professor Emeritus at Auburn University at the time of his death. All works are signed or stamped from the artist's estate.

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