"The Accountant (Marvin)" by Alice Neel, Lithograph, 1981
Created in 1981, American artist Alice Neel depicts Marvin, the accountant, leaning back in his chair. Neel (1900-1984) is a well-regarded American contemporary artist, known for her depictions of New Yorkers of all backgrounds, capturing psychologically-engaging portraits of the individual in modern life. Here we see a man in a comfortable environment-- a glass of brandy in hand, wearing blue jeans in a comfortable interior-- yet his face looks forlorn, his eyes unfocused as if he is lost in thought. This lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil, edition: HC 16. It is offered unframed.
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 27 in | WIDTH: 29½ in
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