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Charles Wheeler Locke (American, 1899-1983)

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Beginning in 1925, Locke taught lithography at the Art Students League in New York, the first art school in the United States where the medium could be learned.

Since the preparatory drawing and the lithograph are in the same orientation, Locke must have reversed the drawing on the lithographic stone so that, in printing, it would match the drawing.

Object Information

Charles Wheeler Locke (American, 1899-1983)
creation date
about 1935
11-7/8 x 8-3/4 in. (image)
17-1/2 x 12-1/2 in. (sheet)
mark descriptions
signed in pencil, below image, L.R.: Charles Locke | inscribed in pencil, below image, L.L.: 20 prints | inscribed in pencil, below image, L.L.: 31 Sunday Paper
accession number
credit line
Roger G. Wolcott and Mary and Agness Wetsell Funds
Prints, Drawings, and Photographs

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