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Untitled #978 Gertrude and Juliana (The Whitney Women)

Petah Coyne (American, born 1953). Untitled #978 Gertrude and Juliana (The Whitney Women), 1999–2000. Wire, acrylic paint, chicken wire, wood, fiberglass cast statuary, drywall, plaster bandages, and plaster, 144 x 206 x 54 inches (365.8 x 523.2 x 137.2 cm) Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Anonymous Gift in honor of Marian Griffiths, 2001 (2001:15). © 2001 Petah Coyne

© Petah Coyne

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© Petah Coyne

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© Petah Coyne

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© Petah Coyne

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© Petah Coyne

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Petah Coyne

American, born 1953

Untitled #978 Gertrude and Juliana (The Whitney Women), 1999-2000

wire, acrylic paint, chicken wire, wood, fiberglass cast statuary, drywall, plaster bandages, and plaster

overall: 144 x 206 x 54 inches (365.76 x 523.24 x 137.16 cm)

Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Anonymous Gift in honor of Marian Griffiths, 2001

2001:15

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Provenance

private collection;
donated by an anonymous donor to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, April 1, 2002

Class

Sculpture

Work Type

Construction (sculpture)

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