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Straining After New Effects
Images of Phyllis Bramson, Straining After New Effects
Phyllis Bramson, American, b. 1941
Straining After New Effects, 1980
Pastel, cray-pas, charcoal, glitter, and acrylic on paper, mounted on board, and with wood and plastic cups and saucers
Sheet: 52 ½ × 17 ¼ in. (133.4 × 43.8 cm.)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Gerald S. Elliott, 1981.9
Photo: Nathan Keay
© MCA Chicago
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