(American, British and Continental, 19th-20th Century)

  1. Hervier, Une Femme
  2. Lalauze, La Compagnie Félicite
  3. Raffet, A Group of Men
  4. Steinlen, Head of a Man
  5. Ribot, Studies of a Left Hand
  6. Bèjot, Sur la Marne
  7. Carrière, Two Figures
  8. de Beaumont, “Je te reconnaitras bien…’’
  9. Bone, Winter near Aylmerton
  10. Bone, A Back Street
  11. Blampied, Deux Précieux
  12. Haden, English Landscape
  13. Haden, Sketches for “Greenwich”
  14. Howarth, A Street in Montreuil
  15. Auerbach-Levy , Caricature Portrait of Eugene O’Neill
  16. Kinney, Female Nude
  17. Singer, Shipping in the River
  18. de Martelly, Scene in an Inn
  19. Higgins, Peering Cat
  20. Hopkins, Pattern Designs
  21. Church,The Old Log Tavern
  22. Nisbet, Farm Buildings
  23. Thorne, Running Horse
  24. Capraro ,The Massacre of the Innocents
  25. Vierge, "Pablo de Segovia"
  26. Müller, Pianist
  27. Gaillard, Empress Catherine
  28. Lepic, La Cigogne
  29. van ‘s Gravesande, Katwyk
  30. Besnard, Eve
  31. Webster, Voiliers à Venise
  32. Webster, Farm House
  33. Prouvé, Design for a Leather Book Binding
  34. Buhot, Idée de Premier Frontispice pour "L’Ensorcelée"
  35. Buhot, Peasant Women
  36. Bléry, Osmonde et Taminier
  37. Lançon, An Arrest
  38. Pascin, Female Nude Study
  39. Trimolet, December
  40. Appian, Traveler in a Forest
  41. Calvert, Woodland Stream
  42. Calvert, Draped Female
  43. Giddens, Gerona, Spain
  44. McBey, Santa Cruz, California
  45. Dehn, Central Park, NYC
  46. Brockhurst, Anthea
  47. Petitjean, Portrait
  48. Cameron, Chinon
  49. MacLaughlan, Argentière
  50. Covarrubias, Billy Rose
  51. Forain, La Pluie d’Or
  52. Citon, Head of a Woman
  53. Kelsey, Village Street, Mexico
  54. Hart, Speaker and Listener
  55. Kupka, Robed Monk
  56. Chauvel, Pont de Sichol, Thiers
  57. Roussel, Ornament Study
  58. Raffaëlli, La Bièvre
  59. Lepere, Flooded Countryside
  60. Lalanne, Vast Pasture

52. Minna Citron

Head of a Woman

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Citon, Head of a Woman

Head of a Woman

Pencil and pen and black ink on wove paper, 1934, 137 x 107 mm. Minna Citron became a practicing artist late in life, after marrying and having two children. She was associated with Isabel Bishop, Reginald Marsh and others of the Fourteenth St. School, adored Daumier, and focused a great deal of attention on the representation of women. She was an ardent feminist all her life. Later in life she studied with Hayter and became an abstract artist, a role in which she may be better known today. Her earlier prints and drawings show a warmth and human understanding and an attention to such details as hair-do and the style of eye glasses. The drawing is signed and dated in pencil and the back is rubbed with red chalk for transfer. It is drawn on a piece of paper torn from an exhibition catalog of works by another female artist, Dorothy Johnson Deyrup.