The Dominican York, from the series Island of Many Gods

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Copied Scherezade García, The Dominican York, from the series Island of Many Gods, 2006, acrylic, charcoal, ink, and sequins on paper, sheet and image: 3022 12 in. (76.257.1 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase made possible by the R.P. Whitty Company and the Cooperating Committee on Architecture, 2013.28.1, © 2006, Scherezade García

Artwork Details

Title
The Dominican York, from the series Island of Many Gods
Date
2006
Location
Not on view
Dimensions
sheet and image: 3022 12 in. (76.257.1 cm)
Copyright
© 2006, Scherezade García
Credit Line
Museum purchase made possible by the R.P. Whitty Company and the Cooperating Committee on Architecture
Mediums Description
acrylic, charcoal, ink, and sequins on paper
Classifications
Highlights
Keywords
  • Figure
Object Number
2013.28.1

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