Nude Woman Drawing / 13.75″x16.5″ / 1961


This piece created with ink and rubber cement demonstrates the drama that Eleanor Dickinson was able to draw from a limited palette, using only cream, black, and yellow to draw a nude female figure imbued with strength, vulnerability, and power.  This is one of the oldest small drawings available.  It may be a self-portrait of the artist while pregnant.

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Series: Pastel
Measurement WxH: 13.75″ wide x 16.5″
Primary Materials: black ink on white paper
Base Material: paper
Signed: Yes
Orientation: portrait
Condition: good
Date or Est. Year Created: 1961
Description: Nude woman, full figure, in spiral, black and white
Notes: There is brown spotting and tape on back.