Alice Trumbull Mason (1904-1971) was a mature abstract painter by the early 1930s. Occasionally during the 1940s, Mason began a series of fully realized drawings for her paintings. The Washburn Gallery will exhibit four of these paintings with their exact drawings in its Booth A-10. They date from 1940 to 1947 and show Mason’s development from her earlier more biomorphic work to the geometric paintings she continued through the 1960s. It is curious that Alice Trumbull Mason never produced these precise “Drawings for Paintings” after 1950. All works in the Washburn Gallery Booth are from the Estate of Alice Trumbull Mason represented for many years by the gallery.