The Figurative Tradition in Recent American Art: Edwin Dickinson

XXXIV International Biennial Exhibition of Art, Venice, Italy, The Figurative Tradition in Recent American Art: Edwin Dickinson, June 22–October 20, 1968.
Traveled to:
  - National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, December 19, 1968–February 2, 1969.
  - Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, March 17, 1969.
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An Anniversary, 1920–21 (102)
The Cello Player, 1924–26 (128)
Woodland Scene, 1929–35 (181)
Shiloh, 1932–33 (208)
Stranded Brig, 1934 (219)
Villa Marie Jeanne, 1938 (293)
Nude, Rita, 1939 (323)
Constant, 19401941 & 1944 (387)
Ruin at Daphne, 1943–53 (459)
Self Portrait, 1949 (512)
Rock, Cape Poge, 1950 (520)
Paris Windows, 1952 (528)
Carrousel Bridge, 1952 (531)
Window and Oar, 1955 (545)
South Wellfleet Inn, 1955–60 (550)
Interior, 1916 (65)
The Flag, Frazier's House, 1947 (501), as "The Flag at Frazier's House"
Nude Prone on Side, 1939 (321), shown in Washington, DC, and Lincoln, NE