The Marriage (Diptych Piece 2)
By: Unknown
Published: circa 1955
Uploaded: 09/28/2007
Uploaded by: Pocket Masters
Pockets: Ziegfeld Collection of International Children's Art


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Dimensions: Board (48" wide x 39.5" high), Work (45" wide x 37" high)
Technique Medium Material: Poster color paint on paper
Color: Green, Brown, Blue, Black, Marroon, Purple, Orange, White, Red, Yellow
Subject Matter: Village scene, Bride, People, Figures, Church, Celebration, Family, Religion
Source Provenance: 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
Bibliographic Citations: The Ziegfeld Collection: International Artworks of Adolescents from the 1950's: A Celebration, Department of Arts and Humanities, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1999
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Author's Nationality: Canada
Notes: Creator of work: Boys aged 13
School of creator: Commission Scolaire de la Cité de Lachine P.R., Canada
Submittor of work: Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, 125 Ouest, Sherbrooke, Montreal, Canada
Teacher: Professor Paul Wilson
The condition of this work was assessed in a conservation report by conservator, Daria Keynan, dated March 2006