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MINNA CITRON   (1896-1991)
A figurative artist with a sardonic edge, and an early modernist, Minna Citron was born in Newark, New Jersey. In 1928 she began to study at the Art Students League and in 1929 took her first studio, on Union Square, NY. In 1933 she moved across the Square to a studio that she maintained until her death. She lived nearby. With colleagues Isabel Bishop, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and Reginald Marsh, she was part of the Fourteenth Street School.


Doping the Horses, 1936



Self Portrait with Hat, 1935



Lamb's Creep, 1941



Incised Steatite, 1946



Statue of Liberty, 1940, about



Mime, 1946



Floral Pattern, 1928



Squid Under Pier, 1948/49



Bal Masque, 1945



Cold Comfort, 1935



Sheet Aluminum, 1943



Seated Nude, 1928



Amphitryon, 1947



Parturition, 1931



Parturition, 1931



The Dealer, 1937



The Lookout, 1937



Mother and Child, 1932



Ishtar, 1946



Quartet, 1933


 


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