Woman in a Chekhov Mood / 1965

Evergood, Phillip
20th Century


Black ink on pale ivory paper

Pencil signed, titled, and annotated

This is an artist’s proof, part of a working process that led to a three-color editioned print.

Image size: 17” x 20”

Sheet size: 20” x 26”

Condition: very good / light handling creases in top and bottom margins, will not be seen when matted



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Philip Evergood (American, 1901–1973) was born Philip Blashki in New York city. He was raised in England, studying at Eton and Cambridge, and then at the Slade School of Art. He continued studies at the Art Student’s League in New York, and the Academie Julian in Paris.

Evergood was a WPA muralist, and was part of the American Scene and Social Realist movements until the 1940s, when he pursued more symbolic themes.

The art of Philip Evergood is in many major museums, including:


Tate Gallery, London

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Art Institute of Chicago

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museum of Modern Art, New York

Brooklyn Museum of Art (numerous)

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden