Illustrations associated with the exhibit A souvenir of Romanticism in America at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore Museum of Art
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1 mixed media ; 55 x 23 cm.
Three panels in colored pencil on illustration board, attached with strips of tape that enable them to be folded on top of one another, with a handle made of tape at the top. Each panel features a cartoon of a stomach. The top panel is captioned "Septic; stomach gangrened by rum and tobacco." Middle panel: "Sick; stomach relieved by abstinence but unsatisfied." Bottom panel: "Sound; stomach after joining the Baltimore Museum of Art." Date is based on date of the exhibit (open from May 10 - August 10, 1940).
Illustrations associated with the exhibit A souvenir of Romanticism in America at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 1940. Leslie Cheek papers, 1940-1983, (bulk 1940-1942). Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 20560