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63rd Annual American Exhibition

A work made of watercolor and pen and black ink, with touches of white gouache and postage stamps, over graphite, on off-white illustration board.

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  • A work made of watercolor and pen and black ink, with touches of white gouache and postage stamps, over graphite, on off-white illustration board.

Date:

1956/57

Artist:

Richard Aberle Florsheim (American, 1916-1979)
Paul Pinson (French, 20th century)

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Artist

Richard Aberle Florsheim

Title

63rd Annual American Exhibition

Origin

United States

Date

1956–1957

Medium

Watercolor and pen and black ink, with touches of white gouache and postage stamps, over graphite, on off-white illustration board

Dimensions

94 × 223 mm

Credit Line

Gift of Neva Krohn

Reference Number

1986.1485

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