Alfred Leslie
Jeannette Leslie (Nennie), 1983
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 07

Alfred Leslie
Alla Leshko, 1976
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 09

Alfred Leslie
Janoslaw Leshko, 1976
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 09

Alfred Leslie
Anthony Leslie (Tony), 1983
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 11

Alfred Leslie
Study for Television Moon, 1977
charcoal on paper
40 x 60 inches
ALd 03

Alfred Leslie
Installation View

Alfred Leslie
Installation View

Press Release

In the Drawing Gallery and concurrent with the Lenaghan exhibition is a show of five figure drawings by Alfred Leslie. The exhibition is comprised of four signature portraits in graphite pencil, including two studies for his 9x24 foot triptych “Americans: Youngstown, Ohio” (1978), and a large charcoal study for an unrealized painting.

Leslie was a highly regarded Abstract Expressionist painter who began working figuratively in 1962. Along with Jack Beal and Philip Pearlstein, Leslie was for many years represented by the Allan Frumkin Gallery in New York.

Exhibition Checklist

1.
Study for Television Moon
1977
charcoal on paper
40 x 60 inches
ALd 03

2.
Jeannette Leslie (Nennie)
1983
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 07

3.
Alla Leshko
1976
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 09

4.
Janoslaw Leshko
1976
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 09

5.
Anthony Leslie (Tony)
1983
graphite on paper
40 x 30 inches
ALd 11