Edgar Yeager Figural Charcoal and Sanguine Conté Crayon Drawings, 1966 - 1968
Edgar Yaeger (American, 1904 – 1997)
Untitled (female figures), 1966 – 1968
Chacoal, wash, and sanguine conté crayon on paper
Signed and dated to the lower corners
Known for his modern abstract style and his WPA murals of the Depression era, Yaeger was influenced by European modernists such as Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, and Giorgio de Chirico. Yaeger’s work has been exhibited at many institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, the Detroit Institute of Art, the Corcoran Gallery, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, among others.
- toning to paper; smudging to media; minor stains and smudges to the edges; slight edgewear; some warping and accrettions.
- measures sanguine drawing.