[n.p.]: [n.p.], . Lithographic print of a pencil and charcoal drawing of Abraham Lincoln signed in pencil by Woolf. Protected in a matted portfolio and tissue guard. Light soiling. Near fine. Item #12569
Samuel Johnson Woolf (1880-1948) was a famous portrait artist whose subjects included Mark Twain, Winston Churchill, and other famous performers, writers and politicians. His work is represented in collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and New York Public Library, among many other museums, and has been exhibited all over the world. He also published numerous interviews for the New York Times Magazine, each accompanied by a portrait of his subject.