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This is an original charcoal drawing on 100% rag paper, 16" high by 11" wide. It is matted in white museum board to a framing size of 21" high by 16" wide. The subject is a full-length, seated female nude. The palette is monochrome with off-white paper and charcoal grays and blacks.

The subject is a younger woman. She is seated, turned a quarter turn from the viewer. Her knees are together, her legs crossed at the ankles. Her hair is shoulder-length and loose. She is leaning to her right, her weight being taken by her right elbow, apparently resting on something not pictured. The right side of her head is resting against her right hand above her elbow. Her left arm is stretched straight down along her side, the back of the palm tucked in under her backside.

She is portrayed as attractive, but very 'real'. She is not a thin model type, but a plumpish young woman with soft round curves - truly feminine in character.

The work is in pristine condition and signed by the artist.

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(Untitled) female nude sketch (1980)


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Jerry De La Cruz

United States

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