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Road in Peoria

A work made of gouache, with pen and black ink, watercolor, and traces of red crayon, on cream wove paper.

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  • A work made of gouache, with pen and black ink, watercolor, and traces of red crayon, on cream wove paper.

Date:

1933

Artist:

Aaron Bohrod
American, 1907-1992

About this artwork

Born in Chicago and trained for a time at the School of the Art Institute, Aaron Bohrod eventually moved to New York, where he worked with the artist John Sloan. After receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship, he was able to travel around the country recording the American scene. A painter, watercolorist, and printmaker, Bohrod was recognized as a social realist and Regionalist.

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Artist

Aaron Bohrod

Title

Road in Peoria

Origin

United States

Date

1933

Medium

Gouache, with pen and black ink, watercolor, and traces of red crayon, on cream wove paper

Dimensions

311 x 403 mm

Credit Line

Watson F. Blair Purchase Prize

Reference Number

1935.80

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