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BEN SHAHN   (1898-1969)
A consummate draftsman, Ben Shahn (1898-1969), was among those artists who served as American's conscience for five decades of the twentieth century. He explored the human condition and the plight of the oppressed. These concerns are balanced with attention to specific incidents, recalled in exacting detail and in a highly distinct style.
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Bare Chested Laborer, 1935



Hand, 1935



The Four Freedoms (with Portrait of FDR), 1941, about



I Hope the Gang at Home… , 1943



Company Union -- Flypaper of the Bosses, 1935



Head of a Welder, 1935



Laborer with Hammer, 1935



Child and Hobby Horse, 1945



Horse and Rider, 1945



Two Officers, Man on Curb, 1940



Five Sketches, 1949



Reading the Torah, 1950



(Liberty in Distress), 1965, about


 


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