Published: circa 1955
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||Board (25.5" wide x 17.5" high), Work (15.5" wide x 10.5" high) (TO BE UPDATED WITH CHANGES NECESSARY TO REFLECT RECENT FRAMING AND LOAN FOR MASS MOCA EXHIBITION)|
|Technique Medium Material:
||Watercolor on paper|
||Black, Brown, Red, Yellow, Blue, White|
||Work, Train, Urban landscape|
||Part of 1950's collection originated by Dr. Edwin Ziegfeld, the creator of the Arts and Education Program at Teachers College, Columbia University|
|Exhibition Loan History:
||1957 - The High Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands: October 2006 to February 2007 - Exhibition "It's Elementary! Empowering Youth through Art," Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art|
||The Ziegfeld Collection: International Artworks of Adolescents from the 1950's: A Celebration, Department of Arts and Humanities, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1999 (TO BE UPDATED WITH CHANGES NECESSARY TO REFLECT RECENT FRAMING AND LOAN FOR MASS MOCA EXHIBITION)|
||To inquire about the original work, please contact the Gottesman Libraries.|
||Creator of work: Boy aged 12|
School of creator: Bundesrealschule, Marchettigasse 3, Vienna VI, Austria
Submittor of work: Stadtschulrat für Wien, Fachinspektor Professor L. Knoll, Türkenstrasse 3, Vienna IX, Austria
Teacher: Professor Essinger