Three Paintings by Mary Woronov

BOMB 7 Fall 1983
007 Fall 1983

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Mary Woronov, LA Nights, 1982, oil on canvas, 9 × 12 feet.

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Mary Woronov, Boy Dares Cars to Run Over His Girlfriend, 1982, oil on canvas, 5½ × 4½ feet.

Bomb 7 Woronov 003 Body

Mary Woronov, And Then He Hit Me, 1982, oil on canvas, 5 × 4 inches.

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BOMB 7, Fall 1983

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007 Fall 1983