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Paxton, who was known for his fine draftsmanship, uses diffused light to soften contours in a manner similar to Impressionism.
His favorite subjects were female figures posed in elegant interiors.
Paxton was a member of the Boston School that flourished during the early 20th century.
(Hirschl and Adler Galleries New York);
(Sloan and Roman Gallery, New York);
purchased by Mrs. Harry Mallinson in 1971;
donated to the Indianapolis, in 2004 (2004.87).