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This complex print is composed of a collection of vignettes, loosely arranged in rows. The colors used in this print are pink and green, and different shades of golden tan. Two large figures are positioned side by side, slightly off center, their heads in the upper register. They have long hair and wear pink and green crowns, and hold pink and green decorative chalices. Both wear draped clothing. Behind them are smaller figures also dressed in draped clothing, in a variety of scenes, and engaged in different activities. Some are gathered in groups, a pair of men face each other, two people sit next to each other, and several pink chairs are grouped together.
Corita (American (North American))
This Beginning of Miracles
1953
Museum Purchase
1953/1.36
This print shows two rock-like forms, one below the other. On the bottom right of the top form there is an outline of two people with their arms around each other facing a yellow sun, a fish and some plants,  and perhaps a tree. 
Corita (American (North American))
In the Beginning
1947 – 1958
Gift of Mr. Thomas J. Larkin
1958/2.41
This print is made of colorful forms and words in bright letters and bold fonts, arranged on a white background. Block letters display words in a mixed-up format, some upside down, some on their sides. On left side there is a section with smaller writing in yellowish ink on grey.<br /><br />
Text:<br />
To the Lovings, new hope i love you much (most beautiful darling) more than anyone on earth and i like you better than everything in the sky--sunlight and singing welcome your coming although winter may be everywhere with such a silence and such a darkness no one can quite begin to guess (except my life) the true time of the year-- and if what calls itself a world should have the luck to hear singing (or glimpse such sunlight as will leap higher than high through gayer than gayest someone's heart at your each nearness) everyone certainly would (my most beautiful darling) believe in nothing but love. cummings
Corita (American (North American))
New Hope
1966
Gift of Robert Cugno and Robert Logan
2010/1.205
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