30 September - 1 October 2010
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Dennis Oppenheim (AMERICAN, b. 1938)
Study for Image Intervention
signed and dated 'Dennis Oppenheim 1989' (right edge) and titled 'STUDY FOR IMAGE INTERVENTION PROJECT FOR ALASKA. STEEL, WOOD, CONCRETE, GLASS BOULDERS. PUNCH PLATE 1983' (left edge)
pencil, colored pencil, oil, wash, oil pastel on two sheets of paper
50 x 76 in. (127 x 193 cm.)
Executed in 1989.
with Anne Plumb, New York.
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