Artist and Avatar: The Eclectic Oeuvre of Ukrainian Artist John Graham
Inscribed verso: Center left in graphite "John D. Graham ne Dombrowsky" and “Valentine Dedensing Gallery"; Upper center right in graphite “Dr. C Cone"
Note: In 1924 Graham wife Elinor move to Baltimore, where they befriend the Cone Sisters and Duncan Phillips, Both become early patrons of Graham.
Dorothy Dehner in a letter alludes to Graham finding out that when he mixed all his colors, the palette turned brown....makes comment that all is current work (1928) is brown.
Good original condition with the corners of the board bumped and the edges abraded. Not visible in frame presentation
Image size: 21 1/2 x 17", Frame: 29 1/8 x 24 1/2"
Signature: Signed in pencil lower left of image
Martha Jackson Gallery, (label)
John Graham: Maverick Modernist
Parrish Art Museum, May 7 to July 30, 2017
Essays by Alicia Longwell, William Agee and Karen Wilkin
John Graham: Maverick Modernist, Plate 14
Valentine Dedensing Gallery, New York (inscription on verso of board)
Dr. Claribel Cone, Baltimore (inscription on verso of board)
Martha Jackson Gallery (label)
David Anderson Grandchildren's Trust, Buffalo
Ukrainian, 1886-1961, Kiev, Ukraine