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- Gulo borealis
- Joseph Beuys
- 12 × 8-¼ inches
- ink, graphite on writing paper
- Not on view
- Mixed Media (Multiples)
- Accession Number
- In pencil reverse UM “Joseph Beuys / Wenzel Beuys”; In pencil front UM “gulo borealis”; “gulo borealis” [both phrases begin and end with scroll-like symbols; the top phrase is in Joseph Beuys’s hand; lower one was written by his son, Wenzeslaus]
- Physical Description
- Appeared as part of edition “en bloc”, cabinet with objects by various artists. (Literal translation of gulo borealis: “the glutton from the north”)
- Credit Line
- Alfred and Marie Greisinger Collection, Walker Art Center, T. B. Walker Acquisition Fund, 1992