black-and-white crosshatch drawing of a figure in profile

© Estate of Charles Biederman

Head, 1932

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Anonymous giftexpand_more  2018.133.3

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Charles Biederman is known for his colorful abstract pictures, which often have small blocks attached to break the surface of the picture plane. This appears to be a rare example of a print made early in his career, when he was still making figural art.

Details
Title
Head
Artist Life
1906–2004
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2018.133.3
Provenance
John E. Andrus III, Wayzata, Minn. (until d. 2012); by descent to his daughter Catherine Andrus, Minneapolis; given to MIA, 2018.
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black-and-white crosshatch drawing of a figure in profile

© Estate of Charles Biederman

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