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- Related People
publisher: Associated American Artists (American)
lithograph on paper
unnumbered edition of 250
- Catalogue Raisonné
Cole 57; Windisch and Cole 284
- Dimensions (H x W x D)
image: 12 1/16 in x 9 11/16 in; sheet: 15 7/8 in x 11 7/8 in
- Collection Area
- Object Type
- Credit Line
The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection
- Accession Number
© Estate of Raphael Soyer, courtesy of Forum Gallery, New York
Throughout his long career, Raphael Soyer turned to the female model as a favorite trope of artistic life. By studying and rendering the human form, Soyer felt he was joining in the brotherhood of artists, reaching back to the Old Masters and up through his own time. In this way, the artist-model continuum speaks of the rich heritage of artistic practice. Although Soyer may have been searching for that timeless connection, he never idealized or generalized his models; rather, he represented the specific women who posed for him.