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This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. On the left side is a yellow contour map with a red line and a small red colored shape.  On the right there are two diagrams, one above the other, and connected by vertical lines. On the bottom is a cross section plan with two yellow colored hills and a concave section between them. This section is filled with jagged red form on top of a green form with wavy lines. The plan above that is a bird’s eye view with red and green sections corresponding to the diagram below. There are word labels for these diagrams.<br />
Robert Morris
Burning Petroleum, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.47
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. On the left side is a yellow and green contour map with a red rectangle, at an angle, in the center portion of the map.  On the right side there are diagrams connected by vertical lines. On the bottom there are cross section plans for a pit in the ground and a pile of rocks in water.  Above these is a small contour map. There are word labels throughout this work. <br />
Robert Morris
Piles and Pits, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.48
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. On the left side there is a contour map with green areas. There is a red squiggly line in the center portion of the map. On the right side there are two diagrams. One is a cross section of a flat surface with an indentation in the middle portion.  The other is a backward “S” shaped form shaded with fine green lines. There are word labels throughout this work. <br />
Robert Morris
Wall and Ditch, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.54
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. On the left side is a contour map with green areas and blue lines. There are five small squares in a diagonal row in the center portion of the map.  On the right side there are two plans. The one on the bottom is a cross section diagram of a platform (??) under ground. The one above shows a yellow rectangle with a smaller rectangle formed by dotted lines within it. There are word labels throughout this work. <br />
Robert Morris
Vibrations, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.51
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background.  On the right side there are two forms, one above the other, with closely spaced vertical gray lines. In the space between these forms is a yellow wavy shape. On the left side there is a contour map with yellow and green coloring. There is also a vertical rectangle drawn in this area and small words and numbers are drawn throughout the work.<br />
Robert Morris
Mounds and Trenches, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.45
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. In the upper right corner is a brown bagel-shaped form of squiggly, smeared lines. It has a horizontal line going straight through the middle.  Below this form are two cross section diagrams: one showing the bagel-shape form and the other, a detailed plan of an underground tunnel. On the left side there is a contour map with some blue and green coloring. There is a red line circle on this map and small words and numbers appear throughout the work.<br />
Robert Morris
Dust, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.46
This print is one of a series of ten works in a portfolio titled, "Earth Projects." They were pulled in the Detroit Workshop at the Common Ground of the Arts in Detroit during the summer and fall of 1969. Robert Morris stated, "They are organized around certain phenomena that can best be experienced outside... dust storms, earthquakes, plowed fields, sudden changes of temperature, Indian mounds, concrete dams, formal gardens, steam rising from city streets, natural disasters and aftermath, suburban hedges and gravel paths, burning industrial wastes storage dumps of vast quantities of materials...most of the projects would, if built, be of such a scale that the whole of the work could not be seen. This would allow the body [to explore the work] through walking rather than through an instantaneous visual impression." The immense scale of these projects often meant that the work’s overall structure or shape would be visible to the spectator only from a distance, while the experience in greater proximity to the w
Robert Morris
Steam, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.50
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. On the left side is a contour map with green areas and blue dotted lines. There is a small red rectangle in the center portion of the map.  On the right side there are three diagrams. One is a cross section of an incline with underground piping and two spouts, one at the top of the slope and the other at the bottom. Another diagram shows a thick diagonal line, imitating the slope of the incline. The third diagram is a green vertical rectangle. There are word labels throughout this work. <br />
Robert Morris
Waterfall, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.52
This lithograph on white wove paper is horizontally oriented with a grid of light gray lines on a white background. On the left side there is a contour map with yellow areas and a wavy green linear form. There is a red square, with twenty-five  small red squares within it, in the center portion of the map. On the right side there are two diagrams. One is a cross section of a flat surface with five green rectangles. The other shows a white square that contains five rows of five small green squares. There are word labels throughout this work. <br />
Robert Morris
Hedges and Gravel, from "Earth Projects, A Suite of 10 Prints"
1969
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manoogian
1973/2.53

Christo (American (North American);Bulgarian (culture or style))
Projet pour l'emballage de l'Arc de Triomphe
1935 – 1978
Gift of Graham and Marianne Smith
1978/2.43
A print of diagrams and measurements on grid paper. In the upper lefthand corner, the title &quot;Peaches, 1969&quot; is written and circled.&nbsp;<br />
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EC 2017
Jim Dine
Untitled, from "The New York Collection for Stockholm: 30 Artists"
1973
Gift of Mr. Robert Rauschenberg
1976/2.109
This print includes three seperate images and text.  At the top is a sketch in black ink of the Museum of Modern Art, wrapped in textile, with buildings behind it.  Below is a map of the area in NYC around MoMA and a photograph of MoMA, unwrapped. Handwritten labels and notes are included.
Christo;Jeanne-Claude (American (North American);Bulgarian (culture or style);French (culture or style))
The Museum of Modern Art, Wrapped (Rear), Project for New York
1968 – 1971
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.181
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