Orson Byron Lowell (American, 1871-1956) "If she accepts me, you'll have to make my allowance three times what it is now..."
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Orson Byron Lowell (American, 1871-1956)
"If she accepts me, you'll have to make my allowance three times what it is now..." Signed "Orson Lowell u.l., identified and dated "...1909" on an exhibition label affixed to the frame backing paper. Pen and ink on paper, sight size 19 3/4 x 27 3/4 in., framed. Condition: Paper is seamed down the center, toning, pale staining, not examined out of frame.
Provenance: The collection of Frederic and Jean Sharf, Massachusetts and Florida.
Exhibitions: The Art Institute of Chicago, Original Drawings by Orson Lowell, August 18- October 18, 1911.
N.B. The exhibition label on the frame backing paper indicates that this drawing was published in LIFE magazine in 1909.
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