About this artwork
Renowned for sculptures depicting absurdly large, displaced, and decontextualized everyday objects—such as Chicago’s Batcolumn (installed at 600 West Madison Street), Oldenburg earned his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1954. Radically different from his iconic sculptures in subject matter, this drawing showcases the artist’s considerable graphic skills and powers of invention.
- Currently Off View
- Prints and Drawings
- Claes Oldenburg
- Woman Figure with Medusa Ornaments
- United States
- Graphite with smudging on ivory wove paper, laid down on Bristol board
- 762 × 568 mm
- Purchased with funds provided by Dr. Eugene A. Solow
- © Claes Oldenburg.