Seller: mbalwan (3,520) 100%, Location: Burlington, Massachusetts, Ships to: US, Item: 163560185795 A Large Pencil Drawing of a Naked Woman. Signed MacMorris. Size: 15 x 22 inches. With mat and frame 23 x 30 inches. It appears to have been done around 1950. The drawing is under plexiglass. In very condition. LeRoy Daniel MacMORRIS (1893-1982) was a well-known portrait painter, muralist, illustrator, decorator and designer, was born 1893 in Sedalia, Missouri, and raised in central Missouri and Kansas City. His first teachers were George Sass in Kansas City, and Alphonso Mucha in Chicago at the Chicago Art Institute. He spent two summers with Leon Gaspard in Taos and was to remain a pupil and friend for the rest of Gaspard's life. MacMorris was an illustrator for the Kansas City Star and served in both world wars. In the first war he was sent to France in the signal corps. In WW II he spent over three years teaching camouflage in Utah. Following his first assignment to France. Many museums, institutions, and collectors are proud to have his work. He is often remembered for his work on the largest painting in the world, Panthéon de la Guerre, 402 feet in circumference and 45 feet in height. The mural which MacMorris created is now in The Liberty Memorial Museum of World War I, Union Station, Kansas City Museum. Bids by buyers with 0 feedback will not be accepted. Buyer may return any item for any reason within one week of receipt, if not satisfied. International shipping costs will depend on the buyer's preference. Insurance on all shipments is an additional charge and depends on the amount of insurance desired.