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1950

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1976

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1993

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Drawing, Design for Runner with Copper Sheet Inlay, 1950–76

This is a Drawing. It is dated 1950–76 and we acquired it in 1993. Its medium is brush and watercolor, graphite on white paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Gift of Mr. Eric and Mrs. Sylvia Elsesser, The Trude Guermonprez Archives.

  • Wall Hanging, Goliath, 2015
  • varnished copper wire, polymetal, pirarucu fish scales, metal.
  • Courtesy of the artist and Cristina Grajales Gallery.
  • 13.2015.1

Its dimensions are

H x W: 34.1 × 13.2 cm (13 7/16 × 5 3/16 in.)

It is inscribed

Inscribed in graphite, verso lower right corner: Sketch for / runner with copper / sheet inlay

Cite this object as

Drawing, Design for Runner with Copper Sheet Inlay, 1950–76; USA; brush and watercolor, graphite on white paper; H x W: 34.1 × 13.2 cm (13 7/16 × 5 3/16 in.); Gift of Mr. Eric and Mrs. Sylvia Elsesser, The Trude Guermonprez Archives; 1993-121-89

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