Boxer in TriumphArtist: Littlefield, William Horace
Time Period: 1929
Dimensions: 18" high x 11" wide
Type of Work: Drawing
Price: $1,200 Plus shipping and insurance
This 1929-vintage ink and inkwash drawing of a bare-chested boxer is turned away from the viewer, his gloved hands raised high as if the fight has just been won. The artist, William Littlefield, was fascinated by the male figure and produced many nude studies, but this piece is one of his most compelling and striking. Littlefield used strong lines and deep shadings to make this image unforgettable -- truly a step back into the 1920s! Littlefield exhibited widely in the 1930s and 1940s, and his works are in the collections of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Wadworth Atheneum in Hartford.
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