Henry Darger, Untitled (At Aronburg Run vivvia Glorina Vivian Girls, and Walter Starring in Searching for body of murdered Aronburg Child, narrowly escape capture/), Date unknown

Images of Henry Darger, Untitled (At Aronburg Run vivvia Glorina Vivian Girls, and Walter Starring in Searching for body of murdered Aronburg Child, narrowly escape capture/)

  • A pale, multimedia landscape with a mountain range, voluminous clouds on the horizon, and a lake and beach in the foreground is dotted with men wearing square black hats and girls wearing blue dresses.
  • This wide drawing is divided into three sections with different scenes of young girls playing: in the yard of a house, in a forest, and in front of a stone castle.
A pale, multimedia landscape with a mountain range, voluminous clouds on the horizon, and a lake and beach in the foreground is dotted with men wearing square black hats and girls wearing blue dresses.
Henry Darger, American, 1892–1972
Untitled (At Aronburg Run vivvia Glorina Vivian Girls, and Walter Starring in Searching for body of murdered Aronburg Child, narrowly escape capture/), Date unknown
Watercolor, graphite, carbon ink, and collage on paper (two sided)
Sheet: 19 × 71 3/4 in. (48.3 × 182.2 cm.)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan B. and Dr. Myron E. Rubnitz in memory of their son Thomas B. Rubnitz, 1996.11.a-b
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
This wide drawing is divided into three sections with different scenes of young girls playing: in the yard of a house, in a forest, and in front of a stone castle.
Henry Darger, American, 1892–1972
Untitled (At Aronburg Run vivvia Glorina Vivian Girls, and Walter Starring in Searching for body of murdered Aronburg Child, narrowly escape capture/), Date unknown
Watercolor, graphite, carbon ink, and collage on paper (two sided)
Sheet: 19 × 71 3/4 in. (48.3 × 182.2 cm.)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan B. and Dr. Myron E. Rubnitz in memory of their son Thomas B. Rubnitz, 1996.11.a-b
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago