Robert Szesko Pastel and Charcoal Figure Drawings, circa 1981
Robert Szesko (Chicago, 20th/21st century)
Untitled (reclining and seated figures), circa 1981
Two pastel and charcoal drawings on paper
One signed, one unsigned
Robert Szesko was a painter, sculptor and self-taught photographer. He learned drawing, painting, printmaking and design from his wife Lenore Rundle Szesko who had a significant impact on his work. Exhibiting influences from ethnographic tribal art, Robert Szesko’s vibrant work often features abstract geometric figures and forms rendered with Cubist elements.
- toning, markings and handling wear; tears to edge.