Author: Albro, Maxine
Title: Dona Rose
Place Published: [n.p.]
Date Published: [c.1930's]
Lithograph. Plate size 28x36.5 cm (12½x14½"); sheet size: 35x43 cm (13½x17"). No. 3 of 50 copies.
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Titled, dated, and inscribed by the artist in the bottom margin: "To Dorothy Huggins from Maxine Albro - Tehuantepec." Maxine Albro was an American painter, muralist, lithographer, mosaic artist, and sculptor. She was one of America's leading female artists, and one of the few women commissioned under the New Deal's Federal Art Project, which also employed the likes of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Willem de Kooning.