Martin Lewis, Shadow Dance, drypoint and sandpaper ground, 1930. Sold for $50,400.
Edward Hopper, Night Shadows, etching, 1921. Sold for $38,400.
The day's second highest selling lot was Edward Hopper's Night Shadows, which brought $38,400. Among the top 10 grossing lots for the day, Martin Lewis works filled seven of the 10 slots.
Martin Lewis, Stoops in the Snow, drypoint and sandpaper ground, 1930. Sold for $33,600.
Labels: American prints, Edward Hopper, Martin Lewis, Prints and Drawings, record prices, Scenes of the City, Todd Weyman