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The style of this c.1930 charcoal portrait drawing is termed Boston School, because in the late 19th/early 20th centuries, Boston artists like John Singer Sargent produced portraits of the elite social class. The strength of the work of Boston's portrait painters influenced generations of artists who learned and emulated the style. This charcoal portrait, from the folio of an unknown art student, attests to that influence.; The portrait is in excellent condition and is unsigned. It is mounted in a new mat and frame. Frame size is 18"x14.5"



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Boston School Charcoal Portrait Of A Woman c.1930

Estimate $106 - $129Aug 18, 2017