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Collections Untitled (Side A: During slack up in storm escape for fair. Side B: After MC calls run.)

Collections Untitled (Side A: During slack up in storm escape for fair. Side B: After MC calls run.)

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Title
Untitled (Side A: During slack up in storm escape for fair. Side B: After MC calls run.)
Artist
Henry Darger
Date
circa 1940
Dimensions
unframed 19 × 70 inches
Materials
watercolor, pencil, ink, paper collage on paper, double-sided
Location
Not on view

Object Details

Type
Drawings and Watercolors (Unique Works on Paper)
Accession Number
1996.54
Inscriptions
N.A.; Side A: panel 1 on paper label in ink LR “At Jennie Richee 23 But during slack up in storm escape for fair"Side B: panel 1 in pencil UM "1”, in pencil UR “After MC calls run. Vivian Girl princesses try to arrest General Federall near the Christian lines. The same one Jennie hit on the head with a stone"panel 2 in pencil UM "2”, in pencil UM “After MC calls run He shows fight and his attempt to escape, the brutal man strikes one of the little girls down with his fist."panel 3 in pencil UM "3”, in pencil UM “After MC calls Run Despite their frantic efforts to stop him he gets away - (arrow points to little girl he had knocked down.”
Physical Description
double-sided work on paper. Sheet is comprised of three seperate sheets adhered together at edges. May haven been a book page originally.
Printer
N.A.
Credit Line
Gift of Nathan and Kiyoko Lerner, 1996