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Russian Academic Study

Susan Calloway Fine Arts

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Russian Academic Study

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Good; small tears around edges of paper

Country of Origin:

Russia

Materials:

graphite on paper

Damage Information:

None; Small tears around edges of paper

Size:

14" W x 24.75" H

Why We Love This

Russian academic figure drawing of a female statue, stamped, signed in Cyrillic and dated 1904.
As described by Susan Calloway Fine Arts

Why We Love This

Russian academic figure drawing of a female statue, stamped, signed in Cyrillic and dated 1904.

About Susan Calloway Fine Arts

Since opening her gallery in Washington, D.C., almost 20 years ago, Susan Calloway has developed a following that ranges from young couples buying their first “real” work of art to celebrated interior designers like Tom Pheasant and Frank Babb Randolph. Works from the gallery’s fine-art collection have appeared in every major American design publication from Architectural Digest to Veranda.