Stirring abstraction of a woman, one whom apparently has a lot going on inside. Irene Linda Butler finished this wonderful piece in 1964, in the midst of an undeniably progressive life and career. A lot of women owe a lot to this woman.
21" H x 16" W x 1" D
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Painting in fine condition, behind glass, frame structurally sound, a few minor nicks as pictured.
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