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Paul Cadmus

Study for "To E.M. Forster", circa 1948

Graphite on paper
4 × 6 1/2 in
10.2 × 16.5 cm
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D
Doyle
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Signed Cadmus (lr)
Paul Cadmus
American, 1904–1999
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Paul Cadmus is best known for his erotic depictions of nude male figures, charged with satire, …

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Paul Cadmus is best known for his erotic depictions of nude male figures, charged with satire, social criticism, and a strongly idealized sexuality. Cadmus first gained recognition for his 1934 painting The Fleet's In, where the controversy of a group of sailors he pictured carousing among prostitutes and …

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About the work
Exhibition history
Provenance
D
Doyle
Signature
Signed Cadmus (lr)
Paul Cadmus
American, 1904–1999
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Paul Cadmus is best known for his erotic depictions of nude male figures, charged with satire, …

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Paul Cadmus is best known for his erotic depictions of nude male figures, charged with satire, social criticism, and a strongly idealized sexuality. Cadmus first gained recognition for his 1934 painting The Fleet's In, where the controversy of a group of sailors he pictured carousing among prostitutes and …

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Paul Cadmus

Study for "To E.M. Forster", circa 1948

Graphite on paper
4 × 6 1/2 in
10.2 × 16.5 cm
Bidding closed
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