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Robert Colescott (b. 1925)

Grandma and the Frenchman (Identity Crises)

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Robert Colescott (b. 1925)
Grandma and the Frenchman (Identity Crises)
signed and dated 'R. Colescott 90' (lower right); signed again, titled and dated again '"Grandma and the Frenchman (Identity Crises) Robert Colescott May 1990' (on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
84 x 73 in. (213.3 x 185.4 cm.)
Painted in 1990.
Provenance
Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
Literature
H. Cotter, "Unrepentant Offender of Almost Everyone," The New York Times, June 8 1997.
Exhibited
La Biennale di Venezia, XLVII Esposizione Internazionale D'Arte; SITE Santa Fe; University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden; University of California Berkeley Art Museum; Portland Art Museum, Portland; Tucson, University of Arizona Museum of Art; Queens Museum of Art; Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, Robert Colescott: Recent Paintings, 1987-1997, 1998-2000, p. 17 (illustrated).

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