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21 5/16 x 15 13/16 in. (54.2 x 40.2 cm)

Don Manfredi
American (New York, NY, 1930 - 2000, London)

Object Type: Drawing
Medium and Support: Crayon on paper
Credit Line: Gift of a Friend of the Gallery
Accession Number: 1955.248
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Location: Not currently on view

The year before Don Manfredi drew Skull, the New York Times singled him out in its review of an exhibition at the Weyhe Gallery: “The star here is young Don Manfredi, aged 16 . . . highly imaginative and very expert in his novel geometricizing, so to speak, of landscape.” Although he continued to paint and draw for the rest of his life, by the mid-1950s he was designing sets for Broadway productions as well. Those who met him after he arrived in Rochester in 1968 remember him as a conservator of paintings; MAG was among his clients. A few years before his death, Manfredi moved to the Italian Riviera, where he felt he would once again have time to pursue his own art.

[Label text from It Came From the Vault exhibition, 2013]

Artist's signature, lower right: Don Manfred To Hildegarde sincerest thoughts of this past year 1948

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It Came from the Vault exhibition catalogue Entry for this artwork in the It Came from the Vault exhibition catalogue. The exhibition ran from March 17-June 9, 2013

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