This classic portrait, by famed American artist and critic John Canaday, dates to circa 1960. A young woman fills the frame, looking off to her right. Her red shirt is the brightest pop of color amongst her skin, hair, and similarly colored background. John Canaday served as the art critic for the New York Times for seventeen years, beginning in 1959. He has published a number of influential books. Displayed in a wood frame. Image, 9"L x 12"H; frame, 17"L x 24"H.