Photo Credit: photo: M. Cook
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Woman and Macaws1912
378 x 303 mm (14.9 x 11.9 in.)
Charles Frederick William Mielatz, American, (1864–1919)
After George Benjamin Luks, American, (1866–1933)
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- plate Dimensions: 378 x 303 mm (14.9 x 11.9 in.)
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Charles Frederick William Mielatz, American, (1864–1919) George Benjamin Luks, American, (1866–1933) . Woman and Macaws, 1912. Etching and aquatint with soft-ground etching, crayon, or gum arabic, printed in black, brown, red, green, blue, and yellow inks on imitation vellum. plate : 378 x 303 mm (14.9 x 11.9 in.). Sheet : 444 x 348 mm (17.5 x 13.7 in.). DAC accession number 1946.D1.124. Gift of George W. Davison (BA Wesleyan 1892), 1946. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: M. Cook) .
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