In Supine Woman, Wayne Thiebaud departs from his usual subjects of pies and cakes to turn to the human figure. Realizing that rendering the human figure is often considered a barometer of an artist’s very ability, Thiebaud painted Supine Woman in 1963. It represents one of his rare figurative works. The painting was acquired by the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in 2009.
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Creator: Wayne Thiebaud
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Original Size: 36 x 72 in.
Location: Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Art © Wayne Thiebaud/ Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
Approximate Measurements for each:
Paper Size: 10.00" W x 8.00"H, Image Size: 9.00" W x 4.47" H
Paper Size: 14.00" W x 11.00"H, Image Size: 13.00" W x 6.46" H
Paper Size: 20.00" W x 16.00"H, Image Size: 18.00" W x 8.95" H
Paper Size: 28.00" W x 22.00"H, Image Size: 26.00" W x 12.93" H
Paper Size: 40.00" W x 32.00"H, Image Size: 38.00" W x 18.89" H
Paper Size: 60.00" W x 40.00"H, Image Size: 58.00" W x 28.83" H