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Drawing Exhibit at the Everson

Tete a tete a tete a tete:
Beatrice Wood. The Man Who Was Not Lonely, 1990. Pencil and colored pencil on paper. 10½ x 15½...
Beatrice Wood. The Man Who Was Not Lonely, 1990. Pencil and colored pencil on paper. 10½ x 15½ inches. Everson Museum of Art; Gift of Francis Naumann and Marie T. Keller, Yorktown Heights, NY, 2017.10.82(Everson Museum, Syracuse)
Published: Jun. 2, 2021 at 2:15 PM EDT
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WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) -

Although known primarily for her lustrous ceramic vessels, legendary artist Beatrice Wood was a prolific drawer with a penchant for depicting sidelong glances and body language between couples (and thruples!). Particularly relevant during a pandemic that will long be remembered for social distancing, Tête-à-Tête-à-Tête is a celebration of Wood’s uncanny ability to capture the inherent drama of social interactions with a few deft strokes of her pen.

Photo credit

Beatrice Wood. The Man Who Was Not Lonely, 1990. Pencil and colored pencil on paper. 10½ x 15½ inches. Everson Museum of Art; Gift of Francis Naumann and Marie T. Keller, Yorktown Heights, NY, 2017.10.82

Exhibit information

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