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Sat, Apr 23, 2022 12:00PM EDT
Lot 142a

Sister Corita Kent 1965 Catalog of Serigraphs, Signed

Estimate: $200 - $400

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Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: various
Marking(s); notes: signed; 1965
Country of origin; materials: USA; paper
Dimensions (H, W, D): 11.25"h, 8.5"w
Additional Information: Forty-four page booklet includes black and white and color images of Sister Corita Kent's serigraphs interspersed with articles about the activist, artist and nun written in her time. Articles include "Art D'Eglise" by D. Frederic Debuyst, "Sister Mary Corita I.H.M." with text and layout by Margaret Rigg and "In Celebration of Mary: sing, march, feast, flower" by Ned O'Gorman. Work depicted on the catalog's cover is "Daisy With All the Petals Yes." Lot includes a printed copy of the newspaper clipping of Sister Corita Kent's obituary. The serigraph "Wide Open" (lot 141 in this auction) is depicted on two pages 25 and 31 of the catalog.

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good, some general handling wear and discoloration

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