Medium: Graphite on paper

Signature: signed and lower right


8.5 in. h. x 8.5 in. w., as framed

6.75 in. h. x 6 in. w., paper


"Carter's 'naturalism' is not, of course, to be disputed. Nevertheless, I have been again and again conscious of a reticent aura cousining that of the borderline or unorthodox surrealist. It appears to be largely a matter of atmosphere (as in the striking Jane Reed and Dora Hunt, owned by the Museum of Modern Art); of unexpected associations; or the surrealist aura, if we choose to call it that, derives from a sense, often hinted at, of some curious veiled imminence." -Edward Alden Jewell (Art Critic of The New York Times), American Artist, November 1946 

Type of Work: Drawings

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