Description

    Dickson Reeder (American, 1912-1970)
    Jazz Bleu, circa 1952
    Gouache on paper
    4-3/4 x 7-1/4 inches (12.1 x 18.4 cm) (sight)
    Signed lower right: Dickson Reeder

    PROVENANCE:
    The artist;
    The Fort Worth Gallery;
    Estate of Suzanne Russell Morford.

    In 1931, Fort Worth native Dickson Reeder went to New York to study portraiture with Wayman Adams. He moved to Europe in 1936 and eventually settled in Paris, where he met his future wife and fellow artist, Flora Blanc. Flora introduced him to the renowned printmaker, William Stanley Hayter, and Dickson began studying at his Atelier 17. In 1940, the couple settled in Fort Worth, where they quickly became two of the central figures in a group of mid-century modernists known as the Fort Worth Circle.


    Condition Report*:

    This work appears to be in very good condition; matted and framed under glass. Framed Dimensions 9.6 X 11.25 Inches

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    7th Saturday
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