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In Philip Guston's drawing are simple line drawings of three large circular shapes across the middle of the drawing, a tall cylindrical form on the right, and a smaller cylinder shape in below the circular shapes.

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In this drawing, William Gropper portrays an aged bearded man dressed in a jacket, blue hat, and blue pants. The man holds a cane in his proper left hand and a basket of eggs in his proper right. On his right, the artist included an urban scene,…

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Stuart Davis' preliminary study for his History of Communications mural features illustrations related to methods of communication, including speech, text, film, television, and radio. Commissioned for the 1939 World's Fair, Davis blanketed his…

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George Morrison created this abstract illustration of Lake Superior as part of a group of four acrylic and pastel drawings. Using gestural strokes of chalk and paint to compose the landscape, Morrison colored the top quarter of the work with muted…

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Created for a show at St. Paul's Minnesota Museum of Art and Duluth's Tweed Gallery, George Morrison's landscape of Lake Superior is part of a group of four drawings. Similar to the other three in the series, the work is colored with a minimal…

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George Morrison created this nocturne landscape of Lake Superior by combining pastels with acrylic paint. One in a series of four, the pastel is nearly monochromatic in color. A horizon line is visible a quarter of the way down from the top, while a…

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One in a series of four pastel drawings by George Morrison, this abstract landscape of Lake Superior is covered in layers of green and orange colors and dusted with purple pastels. A horizontal line is drawn across the page a quarter of the way down…

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This line drawing by George Morrison depicts a series of abstracted forms arranged randomly on the page. These elegant shapes were made with a French curve, a drafting tool that produces scrolling lines and shapes. Crisp, precise, and monochromatic,…

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Patrick DesJarlait's drawing of two Native American fishermen depicts a popular seasonal activity practiced by the Ojibwe people. The fishermen, placed in the center of the watercolor, are the main focus of the work. They are geometrically…