Joseph Glasco

Monochromatic Abstract Figurative Drawing of Reclining Nude Woman 1960s



Ink and paper


Monochromatic abstract figurative ink drawing by Joseph Glasco. The piece depicts a nude voluptuous woman in a reclining position with her arms raised. Unsigned. Framed and matted in a simple black modern frame.

Artist Biography

Joseph Glasco was born in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, but grew up in Texas. His parents were Lowell and Pauline Glasco. He had three brothers, Gregory, and Gordon Michael, and two sisters, Anne Brawley and Marion Glasco (married to oilman C. Fred Chambers). Glasco graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. Shortly after, he enlisted in the United States Army during World War II, and he served in the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, he enrolled at the Portsmouth Art School in Bristol, England. He also studied at the School of Painting and Sculpture, in San Miguel


H 22.13 in x W 28.13 in x D 0.5 in

Dimensions Without Frame

H 19 in. x W 25 in.