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Description: Marion Greenwood (1909-1970) was an American Social Realist most known for her murals in Mexico and the U.S., but she also produced many prints and easel paintings. She studied with John Sloan, Emil Ganso and Diego Rivera. This evocative lithograph of an African American woman with her eyes closed and her arms reaching to the sky is signed in graphite lower right: “Marion Greenwood.” It was published by the Associated American Artists in 1959 with the title: “Invocation”.

Image is 14 3/4″ x 8 3/4″ on a 17 1/2″ x 12″ sheet of heavy paper.┬áItem #PR00570

Greenwood’s works are in many major art institutions including: Metropolitan Museum, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, National Gallery of Art, Hirschhorn Museum.

Condition: Toned, two mounting tape stains at upper corners, otherwise good condition.