Medium: acrylic on scintilla

Signature: signed and dated lower left


30 in. h. x 22 in. w.


"My parents used to pull the shades whenever a funeral passed our house. Then one morning when I was fourteen, my father fell across my bed gasping 'I've had a stroke and am going to die.' I pulled myself out from under him and ran down to tell my mother. He died two hours later and I learned that life and death are both important and that man must always reconcile the two." -Clarence Holbrook Carter, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, March 1975

Type of Work: Paintings

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