Drawings (visual works)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B333.08.0015: Series B333.08 [U186023261528]
Overview Charcoal sketch of service man with dress hat on. Man is wearing glasses and rests his chin in his hand. This may be a protrait of Henry done by his mother or possibly done himself. The sketch is note dated and not signed but it does bear resemblance to Henry and he serves in the US Army from 1950-1953.
Overview Charcoal drawing on paper of young woman sitting on single bed (Maria Loewenstein's daughter Karin Steinberg. Her shoulders are hunched and her lower arms rest on the top her thighs. She looks off behind the artist’s right side with a vacant stare. The bed has a pillow and blanket but the rest of the area is bare. The drawing was done on wall paper with charcoal from bombed buildings in Berlin.
Overview Pencil sketch on tracing paper of a female teacher sitting at a desk at the front of a classroom with a board to her left with equations on it. Across from her a girl stands in front of a desk. Quotation at the bottom says "If shirts are 7 coupons each how many could you buy with 14?" "That all depends if you know the right people!"
Overview Pencil sketch on tracing paper of man and woman in a 1930s-1940s era convertible automobile with the man driving. He is looking toward his female passenger as he drives through a barricade on a curved road by a sign that says "CAREFUL BEND."
Scope and Contents Pencil sketch on tracing paper of a man running from a bull in a pasture. Two men on the outside of the fence, one smoking a pipe, are looking on and conversing. Quotation say "One potatoe to a Bottle of whiskey he doesn't make it." Potato is spelled with an "e" on the end.
Overview Charcoal self portrait of Maria Lowenstien dated 1942. Her hair is almost chin length with a slight curl and parted down the center. Her features are sharp. The protrait goes down to the top of shoulders and shirt collar.
Overview Pencil sketch on tracing paper of a woman on a doorstep with a milk bottle in one hand and the outstretched holding money (presumably) toward the milkman. The milkman has a milk crate of bottles in each hand and his head is turned back toward the woman on the doorstep. The quotation at the bottom of the sketch states "Think we could strike a deal?"