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53 At Jennie Richee Assuming nuded appearance by compulsion race ahead of coming storm to warn their father. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 53 At Jennie Richee Assuming nuded appearance by compulsion race ahead of coming storm to warn their father. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2000.25.3A
56 At Jennie Richiee. Vivian girls caught in insane fury of crazy thunderstorm bring child slaves to shelter, though 8 are killed. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 56 At Jennie Richiee. Vivian girls caught in insane fury of crazy thunderstorm bring child slaves to shelter, though 8 are killed. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper2003.10.2A
6 At Jennie Richee Have thrilling time while with bombshells bursting all around. Branch of Aronburg Run. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by Gavin Ashworth 6 At Jennie Richee Have thrilling time while with bombshells bursting all around. Branch of Aronburg Run. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2002.22.3A
6 Episode 3 Place Not Mentioned. Escape during  violent storm, still fighting though persed for long distance. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by Gavin Ashworth 6 Episode 3 Place Not Mentioned. Escape during violent storm, still fighting though persed for long distance. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper1995.23.1A
73 At Jennie Richee Escape by their help. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 73 At Jennie Richee Escape by their help. (double-sided)Henry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2004.1.2B
A Political Explanation
Franklin Wilder, c. 1878-1955
Photographed by August Bandal A Political ExplanationFranklin Wilder1900Posibly Leominster, Worcester County, MassachuseInk and pencil on paper2004.28.1
A Valentine for My Beloved Mother
Charles Steffen, (1927–1995)
Photo by Adam Reich A Valentine for My Beloved MotherCharles Steffen1990Chicago, Illinois, United StatesColored pencil on brown wrapping paper2016.9.3
A View of Skeneatless Village
Fanny A. Coney
Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor A View of Skeneatless VillageFanny A. Coney1832Skaneateles, Onondaga County, New York, United StatesWatercolor on paper2005.8.47
Abigail S. Burnham
Samuel Addison Shute and Ruth Whittier Shute
Photo courtesy Sotheby's, New York Abigail S. BurnhamSamuel Addison Shutec. 1831–1832Probably Lowell, Massachusetts, United StatesWatercolor, gouache, pencil, and ink on paper, with applied gold foil2013.1.11
Abstract Figures on Paper
John (J.B.) Murray
Photo by John Parnell Abstract Figures on PaperJohn Bunion (J. B.) Murray1984Sandersville, Georgia, United StatesTempera and felt-tip pen on paper1985.35.20
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