Womans Art Journal 39-2

FALL / WINTER 2018 VOLUME 39, NUMBER 2

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Joan Snyder, Lipschtick

Joan Snyder, Lipschtick
(2017), oil, acrylic, ink, cloth, pencil, pastel, rose hips, paper on canvas, 55" x 50". Photo: Dawn Blackman.


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