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Pastel on Paper Entitled "Unemployed" by Grace Gemberling Keast
There is a reason we choose this image as the cover of our catalog of Grace Gemberling Keast's work. The image is powerful. Painted in the early 1930s, "Unemployed" expresses a period in time when nothing was definite, especially the economy. The introspective look of the figure and his body language suggest the situation before you ever know the title of the painting. Gemberling was an exceptional figure painter and it is unquestionable in this composition. This painting in addition to a compilation of several works will be displayed in a retrospective of her work beginning March 3, 2012.
Artist: Grace Gemberling Keast
Medium: Pastel on Paper.
This work in in very good condition.
Acquired directly from the estate of Grace Gemberling Keast.
Dimensions: Width 9.75" | Height 15.25"
Price: ON HOLD