listed California artist, illustrator and cartoonist, Don Freeman was born
in San Diego, California in 1908, and studied at the Art Student's League in
New York under John Sloan and Harry Wickey, both of whom were identified
with the Ash Can School
Don Freeman was influenced heavily by the works of John
Sloan and Honore Daumier. This drawing is one of many work from his estate
that was acquired by the Sullivan Goss Gallery of Santa Barbara, California.
He died in 1978.
More detailed pictures of this artwork are below.