Date circa 1930s
Technique Drawing or Watercolor
Price $5,500.00
Exhibitor Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts
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Nevelson, Louise. THREE LEANING FIGURES. Ink on paper, circa 1930s. Signed in ink within the image. 16 1/4 x 8 5/8 inches. In very good condition, but with a one inch clean, well closed tear at the lower edge, left center, not affecting the image.

Nevelson did a number of these strong line drawings during the 1930s.

Provenance: Albert Argentieri, New Jersey, friend of the artist; thence by descent, private collection, New Jersey. During the 1950s and 1960s, Argentieri, a photographer and artist, lived near Louise Nevelson and her assistant, Ted Haseltine, who was aclose friend of Argentieri. He photographed Nevelson and her work, along with Haseltine, collected the wooden pieces from abandoned buildings and other locations which Nevelson used to create her sculptural assemblages.

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