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Robin's Silver Proof III

Print on dark sand-colored paper. Composition is a vertically oriented abstract. Composition is layered. Bottom layer consists of angled line formation in blue, yellow, and orange. Composition can be divided into 4 zones (top-bottom). First zone consists of white hash marks over said background. Second zone consists of brown and white hash marks over said background. Third zone consists of white and yellow hash marks over said background. Four zone (bottom) consists of long silver horizontal brush strokes with long lavender brush strokes over these silver brush strokes over said background. At the very bottom of composition, there are roman numerals I through XII in metallic blue, presented as a timeline. “Robin’s Silver,” at bottom left in pencil, surrounded by random spots of metallic blue ink. “Proof III (Ed. 31)” is in pencil at the bottom center. “Mullen” is signed in pencil on the bottom right corner.

Print created by Philip Mullen in 1978. Mullen is a renowned artist that has been exhibited nationally and internationally. His work is not only part of the permanent collections at McKissick Museum, but also the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., Brooklyn Museum in New York, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art in South Korea, among others. He specializes in the use of acrylic paints.

Piece is on loan from the McKissick Museum.

Located outside Room 209H.


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