Don Freeman

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A well listed California artist, illustrator and cartoonist, Don Freeman was born in San Diego, California in 1908, and studied at the Art Student's League in New York under John Sloan and Harry Wickey, both of whom were identified with the Ash Can School

Don Freeman was influenced heavily by the works of John Sloan and Honore Daumier. This drawing is one of many work from his estate that was acquired by the Sullivan Goss Gallery of Santa Barbara, California. He died in 1978.


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Title

Old Woman Scolding

Artist

Don Freeman ~ American ~ 1908 - 1978

Date

Estate stamped in 1978, stamp is in lower right, and information from the Sullivan Goss is verso

Medium

Pen & Pencil On Paper

Price

SOLD

Size

7" x 6.5"

Style of Art

Cartoon Portraiture

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