This is a scarce drawing by noted American artist CHARLES VEZIN, measuring 16 3/4" by 13 3/8" (sheet). It doesn't photograph impressively, since it lacks color and appears faint.....but, rest assured that it is a complete and powerful work of art. The artist started painting in his 40's, studying with Frank Du Mond. He studied at the Art Students League and exhibited with a number of groups including the Salmagundi Club, Old Lyme Art Ass'n. in Connecticut, and elsewhere. Today his views of New York City and the surrounding Hudson River are prized by collectors. This work is unframed, on white paper. It's in excellent condition with just tiny soiling and it's presently affixed with clear Scotch tape at one corner to the board. Framed in silvery gilt, this will be a sure winner for the New York collector. Note the circa 1930s style automobiles at lower left. .
CHARLES VEZIN (1858-1942) American impressionist art charcoal or pencil drawing of Flatiron Building New York City