John Gutmann

<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Elevator Garage, Chicago</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b></p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b></p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Mobile, Alabama</i>, 1937.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Chinese Playground</i>, 1938.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Inside the First Drive-In Theatre in Los Angeles</i>, 1935.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Che Guevara, Malcolm X, Rose Luxemburg, et al at the "Militant Forum Bookstore" with Slogan Car. San Francisco</i>, 1988.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Good Bye Berlin</i>, 1933.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Bicycle of a Mexican Barber, San Antonio</i>, 1937.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Warriors, Harlem</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Wyoming Car</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>The Cry</i>, 1939.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>"Yes, Columbus Did Discover America!", San Francisco</i>, 1938.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Omen</i>.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Beneath a Giant Guardian the Fortune Teller, Yunnan Province, China</i>.</p>
<p><b>John Gutmann</b>, <i>Early Drive-In Restaurant, Hollywood</i>, 1935.</p>
1905 , d. 1998

Studied as a painter in Germany, moved to San Francisco in 1933. Captured Depression-era car culture, graffiti and signage, people and more, taught at San Francisco State College.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

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