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The Wall of Words (Il Mura)

20th century
300 x 293 mm (11.8 x 11.5 in.)

Traian Alexandru Filip, Romanian, b. born 1955

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Etching and aquatint on wove paper
Edition: Artist’s Proof from edition of 30 printed in Romania
Marks: Inscribed in pencil, lower left: “Aquaforte”; inscribed in pencil, lower center: “Il mura”; inscribed in pencil, lower right: “Traian Al. Filip”; chop mark, lower right: “19A85”; stamped on verso with Roumanian export tax stamp
Bibliography: Traian Alexandru Filip: Aqueforti (1987) (in DAC Print Reference Library, NE 2069.F54 A4 1987).
Credit Line: Purchase funds and Friends of the Davison Art Center funds donated by John R. Jakobson (BA Wesleyan 1952, LLD 1989, Trustee 1971–1985), 1992
Accession Number: 1992.24.1

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  • animals - This section can use more hierarchical (quasi-Linnaean) refinement in future; extant terms were assembled into a fairly flat and slightly redundant structure to expedite conversion.
  • dogs
  • Eastern Europe (general region) - LCSH 85045765 "Europe, Eastern"; no TGN
  • male portraits
  • political commentary
  • political satire
  • politicians
  • politics
  • portraits - Representations of real individuals that are intended to capture a known or supposed likeness; for representations of fictional or mythological characters, use "figures (representations)." [March 1993 lead-in term added. April 1991 descriptor m
  • satire - Artistic device holding up human folly and vice to scorn, derision, or ridicule. [November 1994 scope note added; related term added; alternate term added. May 1994 related term added.]

  • plate Dimensions: 300 x 293 mm (11.8 x 11.5 in.)

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