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|Collection:||Fine Art Prints and Drawings|
|Date:||1932 - 1932|
|Artist:||Diego Rivera - View biography for Diego Rivera|
This drawing relates to a painting of 1932. It portrays Robert Tannahill who became a member of the Arts Commission of the City of Detroit, which administered the Detroit Institute of Arts. He was subsequently one of its major patrons. The drawing typifies much of Rivera's work with its bold, confident use of line.
|Purchased from Clifford White and presented by the Friends of Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, 1950.|
|Production Period:||20th century|
|Medium:||Red chalk on paper.|