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An American Girl1991
552 x 746 mm (21.7 x 29.4 in.)
Susan Spencer Crowe, American
Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Screenprint on Rives BFK paper
Series: from The Avocet Portfolio
Edition: Number 2 from edition of 30; from the Avocet Portfolio, published by Jolie Stahl and Andrea Collard.
Marks: Signed in graphite, lower right corner; inscribed in graphite, lower center: “An American Girl”; inscribed in graphite, lower left: “2/30”; Avocet blindstamp, lower left.
Marks: Watermark: BFK Rives / France [infinity symbol]
Credit Line: Gift of Jolie Stahl and Robert Dannin to honor Isadora Dannin ’14, 2013
Accession Number: 2013.8.42
Keywords Click a term to view the records with the same keywordThis object has the following keywords:
- dresses - Main garments for women, children, or infants consisting of a bodice and skirt made in one or more pieces. [July 1995 alternate term changed, was 'dress'.]
- feminism - Social and political critical theory and movement asserting the inherent value of women and female characteristics, and working to protect and promote women's rights and interests.
- gender identity - Use For Term
- girls - Use to refer to female human beings from birth through adolescence. [August 1993 descriptor added.]
- globes (cartographic spheres) - Representations of the earth or heavens in the form of a ball. AHD [March 1993 related term added; descriptor changed, was 'globes'; alternate term changed, was 'globe'. November 1992 descriptor moved.]
- maps - Documents depicting in graphic or photogrammetric form, normally to scale and usually on a flat medium, a selection of material or abstract features on or in relation to the surface of the earth or of a heavenly body, and generally emphasizing arterial or regional relationships. For similar representations on a horizontal plane but for depicting smaller-scale objects and spaces, use "plans (drawings)." ICA [November 1992 descriptor moved. April 1991 scope note changed.]
- image Dimensions: 552 x 746 mm (21.7 x 29.4 in.)
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