Walt Kuhn, Nude Seated on Floor, 1928(144 views)
Signed and dated in ink left center: "Walt Kuhn / 1928". In fine condition. Backboard bears the following exhibition and gallery labels: "Cincinnati Art Museum / Walt Kuhn Memorial Exhibition 1960 / Walt Kuhn Nude Seated on Floor, Right / Arm Extended 1928 / Lent by the Kuhn Estate / 23.1960.48 Cat. #112 / Box #20 #1"; "Maynard Walker - 117 East Fifty-Seventh Street New York / No. 113 Nude Seated on Floor, Right / Arm Extended / By Walt Kuhn / 20 by 16 1928"; "The University of Arizona / Tucson, Arizona 85721 / University Art Gallery / Walt Kuhn - Painter of Vision / Feb. 6 - March 31, 1966" / "Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, Inc. 22 East 80 Street, New York, NY 10021 / Walt Kuhn / Nude Seated on Floor / Ink on paper / 20 x 16 inches / SORC #650"; "WKC - 38 - IW / Walt Kuhn Gallery at Cape Neddick Park / River Road Cape Neddick, Maine."
Walt Kuhn gained his reputation as a revolutionary figure in modern American painting through his involvement with Arthur B. Davies in the organization of the famous 1913 Armory Show, which would eventually change the direction of American art. Kuhn's position in the world of American painting has long been assured, and his works in the graphic arts are now considered to be some of the most innovative prints, drawings and watercolors of the 1920's and 1930's.
Dimensions: 20 1/2 X 15 3/4 in.
Artist or Maker: Kuhn, Walt, American (1877-1949)
Medium: Ink wash
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