Paul Cadmus, Reclining Nude(466 views)
Description: Signed lower left: "Paul Cadmus". With Midtown Galleries label verso.
In the late 1930s and early 1940s Paul Cadmus would regularly sit in on the life drawing classes at the Art Students League.
Some of Cadmus' best-known works are Coney Island (1934), Sailors and Floosies (1938), and the Seven Deadly Sins series (1945-49). Cadmus also designed sets and costumes for the ballet Filling Station (1938), directed by his brother-in-law, Lincoln Kirstein, and was known for his drawings, prints, and photographs. He was often described as a figurative artist that painted in a vivid style referred to as Magic Realism.
Dimensions: 8 X 9 5/8 in.
Artist or Maker: Cadmus, Paul, American (1904-1999)
Medium: Pen and ink
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