Proper Fit by Nancy Johnson

BOMB 23 Spring 1988
023 Spring 1988
23 Johnson 1 Body

Nancy Johnson, Appropriateness and the Proper Fit, 1985, 27 × 38 inches, gouache on paper. Courtesy of the Ydessa Gallery.

23 Johnson 2 Body

Nancy Johnson, Appropriateness and the Proper Fit, 1985, 27 × 38 inches, gouache on paper. Courtesy of the Ydessa Gallery.

23 Johnson 3 Body

Nancy Johnson, Appropriateness and the Proper Fit, 1985, 27 × 38 inches, gouache on paper. Courtesy of the Ydessa Gallery.

Portfolio by Adriana Minoliti
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