The Drawings of mahonri YOUNG

June 1939
American Artist: Art Instruction;Jun1939, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p15
The article focuses on Mahonri Young's drawings depicting boxers and boxing. Young was delighted in the drama and action of the boxing ring which was manifested in his etchings of fights and fighters. In a page of brush and ink drawings from one of the artist's sketchbooks, sketches were done after he returned home from watching a fight. In one of his sketches, he depicted the expression of physical exhaustion in the fighter lying against the ropes.


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