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Drawing by Arthur B. Davies, C. 1900

Susquehanna Antiques Co., Inc.

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Drawing by Arthur B. Davies, C. 1900
Drawing by Arthur B. Davies, C. 1900
Drawing by Arthur B. Davies, C. 1900

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Antique; 1900-1910
Good; no foxing, no tears
Country of Origin:
pencil and chalk on paper/wood frame
19" L x 16" W x 2" H

Why We Love This

Nude drawing by Arthur Davies who gained a reputation for ethereal figures that expressed lightness and mysticism. Signed lower left. Born in Utica, New York, Davies was also a principal organizer of the 1913 Armory Show which revolutionized American art by introducing modernism to the general public. Davies briefly attended the Chicago Art Institute and moved to New York City in 1885 where he studied at the Art Students League and Gotham Art Students League. Image, 12.5"L x 10"W.
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About Susquehanna Antiques Co., Inc.

Susquehanna Antiques offers an exceptional selection of American, British and European antiques and fine art. We specialize in 18th- and 19th-century furniture and decorative arts. Our inventory of paintings ranges from Old Master works to early-20th-century American artists. Originally founded in 1913, Susquehanna Antiques is one of the oldest antiques shops in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC.