Helen Sewell Rennie
Seated Modernist Figure

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This 1930-1950s watercolor and ink on paper seated figure with color blocking is by Washington D.C. artist Helen Rennie (1906-1989). Rennie was a WPA artist. She exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts, the Corcoran Gallery Biennials, the Baltimore Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery and at MoMA.
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Details
Artist
Helen Sewell Rennie
Medium
Paper
Ink
Watercolor
Movement & Style
American Modern
Condition
Excellent. Minor wear..
Dimensions
15 in. H x 11.25 in. W
Dealer Location
San Francisco, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU29821643893
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