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Abstract drawing with graphite on paper, comprised of layered lines and biomorphic forms centered on the page. "Alice Mason" is signed on the bottom right.

Untitled, 1937

Abstract drawing with graphite on paper, comprised of lines and biomorphic forms, with some shading in areas which creates depth.

Drawing for “A Drawing in Oil Paint”, 1937

Abstract pencil drawing on sepia-toned paper of linear and biomorphic forms.

Drawing for “Free White Spacing”, 1939

Textures abstract work on paper; the composition is a centered form comprised of biomorphic and geometric orange, light yellow, blue, black, and red lines and shapes on a dark beige background.

Untitled, 1939

Abstract pencil drawing of linear forms, shaded with varying tones of grey. Areas of the composition are punctuated with burst-like white forms.

Drawing for “Black Division”, 1944

Abstract pencil drawing on sepia toned paper, comprised of geometric shapes with organic lines running throughout the composition.

Coup Des Des, 1948

Abstract drawing with graphite and pastel on dark, asymmetrical brown paper, comprised of geometric and linear forms.

Drawing for “Orange Pivot”, c. 1948

Gouache on paper with a black background and four organic shapes; one red, one yellow, and two orange. Slightly curved, horizontal white lines move between the front and back of these shapes.

Halloween, 1963

Abstract drawing with graphite, ink, and crayon on paper. The composition is comprised of white, grey, and black rectangles with a large white square, with a grey-shaded border.

Series in Sequence #5, 1968

Abstract ink and crayon work on paper, comprised of white, grey, and black squares and rectangles in all four corners. There is one small singular orange rectangle in the upper right of the composition.

Series in Sequence #3, 1968

Abstract drawing with graphite on paper, comprised of black, grey, and white squares and rectangles.

Series in Sequence #1, 1968