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Colored crayon or pencil and graphite pencil on off-white wove paper
Gift of Andrew L. and Gayle Shaw Camden
African American Art
Signed and dated, in pencil, lower right edge: McArthur Binion 1977
Drystamp, lower left: VERITABLE PAPIER D'ARCHES / SATINE; watermark: lower left and upper right: Arches France
2008-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
McArthur Binion, Untitled, 1977, colored crayon or pencil and graphite pencil on off-white wove paper. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Andrew L. and Gayle Shaw Camden, 2008.419.
Gordon W. Lloyd