Collections: Art Collection
Works on Paper
An etching (Edition # 36 of 50) depicting the profile of Columbia, called Miss Liberty in this case, against red and orange diamond-shaped form. Columbia is the female personification of the United States. It is a Latin name, and, when translated, means "Land of Columbus."
Martin Barooshian (1929- ) was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts and studied and lived all over the world. He has studied at such places as the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston University, and the New England School of Art to just name a few. He's taught at the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Pratt Institute. Barooshian has also been the President of The Society of American Graphic Artists and Vice President of the U.S. Committee of the International Association of Art (UNESCO). He is an acclaimed printer, painter, and teacher.
Artist: Martin Barooshian (1929 - )
Title: Miss Liberty
Medium: Etching on paper
Dates: 1950 - 1974
Dimensions: 11.25 in. x 10.125 in.
Signature/Inscription: M Barooshian; Below print - Right side
Accession Number: A1974.24.8
Credit: Gift of Abraham Tannenbaum