CLYDE SINGER Original Pencil Drawing
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SOLD “Sunbath” by Ohio artist Clyde Singer is a charcoal sketch of a prone woman. Signed, titled, and dated by artist.
About the artist:
Clyde Singer (1908-1999) was a student at the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts until he received a scholarship in 1933 to study at the Arts Students’ League in New York City. There, his mentors were John Steuart Curry and Thomas Hart Benton, who were two of the three great American Regionalist painters in the initial half of the 20th century. Benton also taught Abstract Expressionist Jackson Pollock. Singer was an artist his entire life, except for World War II military service, until his death in 1999 at 91 years old.
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17.5"W x 15"H