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Annie Truxell - Gallery 9: Early Works - 1940s & 50s

"... One can't be quite sure whether the artist is a young innocent pretending to be worldly, or extremely world-weary and pretending to be naive. In either case, her painting is charming, delicate and decorative."
- Emily Genaur, New York Herald-Tribune, April 24, 1959

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"Do You Need Money For Lunch?' by Annie Truxell   "Where Am I?" by Annie Truxell   "At Last!" by Annie Truxell   "Smoking" by Annie Truxell
"Do You Need Money For Lunch?"
1940s
  "Where Am I?"
1955
  "At Last!"
1950s
  "Smoking"
1950s
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"Life At The Stable" by Annie Truxell   "Woman With Armadillos" by Annie Truxell   "I Told You To Follow My Advice" by Annie Truxell   "Two Friends" by Annie Truxell
"Life At The Stable"
1950s
  "Woman With Armadillos"
1950s
  "I Told You To Follow My Advice"
1950s
  "Two Friends"
1950s
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"The Owl And The Lady" by Annie Truxell   "Untitled Student Work" by Annie Truxell   "Untitled Student Work" by Annie Truxell   "Christmas" by Annie Truxell
"The Owl And The Lady"
1950s
  "Untitled Student Work #1"
1940s
  "Untitled Student Work #2"
1940s
  "Christmas"
1940s
"Five Figures" by Annie Truxell   "The Big Sweep" by Annie Truxell        
"Five Figures"
1950s
  "The Big Sweep"
1950s
       
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