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Untitled (May 22), 2002

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Walter Pashko studied painting in Hartford during the heyday of Chick Austin who made modern art, especially Surrealism, a great strength of the Wadsworth Atheneum. The GI Bill enabled him to go to Mexico City where he sought out artists who could teach him the techniques of fresco and mosaic....

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Inscription

Inscribed and signed verso upper left in graphite pencil: sprayed once / May 22nd, 2002 / Pashko Verso upper center in graphite pencil: UP (with an arrow) verso lower right in graphite pencil: 6 (encircled)

Provenance

Given by the artist to the MFA, 22 February 2006.

Credit Line

Gift of Walter F. Pashko

Copyright

Reproduced with Permission

2002

Dimensions

Sheet: 72.7 x 57.5 cm (28 5/8 x 22 5/8 in.)

Accession Number

2006.842

Medium or Technique

Mixed media on paper

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