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Untitled [horse, bird, snake, beehive]

2013
21st century
424 x 303 mm (16.7 x 11.9 in.)

Darren Waterston, American, b. born 1965

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Mixed relief and intaglio print on Somerset White paper
Series: Sheet 21 from portfolio A Swarm, a Flock, a Host: A Compendium of Creatures
Edition: Number 25 from edition of 30 printed by Alan Hillsheim (2014.3.1–12, 2014.3.26) and Paulson Bott Press (2014.3.13–25); published by the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts / Graphic Arts Council.
Marks: Signed in graphite in margin, lower right corner: “Darren Waterston 2012”; inscribed in graphite in margin, lower left corner: “25/30”; stamped, lower right corner: Paulson Bott Press blindstamp
Bibliography: See the artist’s website at http://darrenwaterston.com and the Booklyn website at http://booklyn.org/archive/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/1446 ; see also an interview with the artist at https://www.nypl.org/audiovideo/swarm-flock-host-mark-doty-darren-waterston-art-and-literature-series-event-accompanying- .
Credit Line: Weedon Endowment funds, 2014
Accession Number: 2014.3.21

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This object has the following keywords:
  • 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.
  • beehives
  • bestiaries - Collections of moralized fables, especially as written in the Middle Ages, about actual or mythical animals. RHDEL2 [June 1992 descriptor added.]
  • birds
  • horses
  • insects
  • snakes

Dimensions
  • sheet (general for portfolio) Dimensions: 424 x 303 mm (16.7 x 11.9 in.)

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