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145 At Jennie Richee. Hard pressed and harassed by the storm (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 145 At Jennie Richee. Hard pressed and harassed by the storm (double-sided)Henry Darger1950–1970Chicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper2003.10.1B
172 At Jennie Richee. Storm continues. Lightning strikes shelter but no one is injured. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 172 At Jennie Richee. Storm continues. Lightning strikes shelter but no one is injured. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper2004.1.1A
175 At Jennie Richee. Everything is allright though storm continues. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 175 At Jennie Richee. Everything is allright though storm continues. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper2001.16.2A
176 part two. Jennie Richee waiting for the rain to stop as they cannot see Manleys headquaters through the rain shroud. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 176 part two. Jennie Richee waiting for the rain to stop as they cannot see Manleys headquaters through the rain shroud. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper2001.16.2B
18 At Norma Catherine. But wild thunderstorm with cyclone like wind saves them. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 18 At Norma Catherine. But wild thunderstorm with cyclone like wind saves them. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, colored pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper 2002.22.2A
1909 Hupmobile Weathervane
E. G. Washburne & Co./J.L. Mott Ironworks
Artist unidentified
New York City, New York, United States
1909
Copper with traces of gold leaf
31 x 50 3/8 x13 3/4"
Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York
Gift of David L. Davies, 2008.3.1
Photo by John Parnell 1909 Hupmobile WeathervaneArtist unidentifiedc. 1909New York City, New York, United StatesCopper with traces of gold leaf2008.3.1
Are unsuccessfully attacked by Glandelinian soldiers unseen in picture, narrowly escape capture by hiding among Balboa bushes. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 195 Are unsuccessfully attacked by Glandelinian soldiers unseen in picture, narrowly escape capture by hiding among Balboa bushes. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2001.16.1A
2 At Cederine She witnesses a frightful slaughter of officers. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photographed by Gavin Ashworth 2 At Cederine She witnesses a frightful slaughter of officers. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2002.22.6A
Little Boy
Nek Chand
Photographed by Gavin Ashworth 2004.25.24Nek Chand1984Chandigarh, IndiaConcrete over metal armature with mixed media2004.25.24
3 At Jennie Richee are persued down stream. Puzzle, try and find them, but they're in picture (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 3 At Jennie Richee are persued down stream. Puzzle, try and find them, but they're in picture (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2000.25.2A
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