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This is a white page of paper with typeface lettering. The text is divided into three paragraphs and is centered on the page.
Mel Ramsden and Ian Burn
Text page 4 from "Six Negatives"
1968 – 1969
Gift of Joan Meisel
2002/2.118.6
This is a black image with white lettering and white marked out areas. There are six vertical columns of words organized by Roman numerals and numbers. Two columns have their words marked out.
Mel Ramsden and Ian Burn
Negative print I from "Six Negatives"
1968 – 1969
Gift of Joan Meisel
2002/2.118.8
This is a black image with white lettering and white marked out areas. There are vertical columns of words organized by Roman numerals and numbers. One column has words that are marked out.
Mel Ramsden and Ian Burn
Negative print IV from "Six Negatives"
1968 – 1969
Gift of Joan Meisel
2002/2.118.11
This is a black image with white lettering and white marked out areas. There are vertical columns of words organized by Roman numerals and numbers. Two columns have their words marked out.
Mel Ramsden and Ian Burn
Negative print V from "Six Negatives"
1968 – 1969
Gift of Joan Meisel
2002/2.118.13
A print of a woman in a long black dress looking down at a dog nipping at her heels. She is standing in front of some text which reads, "Les Peintres La De Revue Blanche."<br /><br />
EC 2017
Pierre Bonnard (French (culture or style))
Portfolio Cover, from "Album de la Revue Blanche"
1895
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
2008/2.430.1
Diptych of two square sheets of paper printed with words and lines. Left: Four lines along the diagonal divide the sheet into four triangles. The lines do not intersect in the middle, and stop just short of the corner of the paper. On each line are two words, one right side up, the other upside down. The “pairs” are (from center out, clockwise from top left): inner/ most; obtain/ clarity; come/ startle; replace/ toward. Right: A square is printed just inside the edges of the sheet. On each line are two words, one right side up, the other upside down. The “pairs” are (from top, left to right): lure/ handle; never/ given; random/ roam; diminish/ scale.
Robert Barry
Untitled
1976
The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States, a joint initiative of the Trustees of the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and the Nation Gallery of Art, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Institute for Museum and Library Services
2008/2.221

American (American (North American))
Christmas Poem
Bequest of Jean Paul Slusser
1983/2.7

Iranian (Iranian)
Tile fragment with inscription
1100 – 1299
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.152
This print has rows of stencilled black text in all capital letters on white background. In pencil, the print is signed and dated (l.r.) "Glenn Lignon '92" and numbered (l.l.) "27/45". 
Glenn Ligon
Untitled
1992
Museum Purchase
1993/2.13.2
The phrase "How much vacation do you really need?" is digitally printed on paper and signed by artist and placed in a mass produced frame with a butterfly sticker in the lower right corner. 
Ben Patterson (American (North American))
"How much vacation do you really need?"
2012
Gift of the artist
2012/2.110.1
The phrase "<em>When did you last see a blue moon?</em>" is digitally printed on paper and signed by artist then placed in a mass produced frame with a flower sticker in the lower right corner. 
Ben Patterson (American (North American))
"When did you last see a blue moon?"
2012
Gift of the artist
2012/2.110.2
The phrase "What will you do if the world really ends on Dec. 23, 2012?" is digitally printed on paper and signed by artist then placed in a mass produced frame with a googly-eye sticker in the lower right corner. 
Ben Patterson (American (North American))
"What will you do if the world really ends on Dec. 23, 2012?"
2012
Gift of the artist
2012/2.110.7
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