Two Drawings by Terry Winters

BOMB 17 Fall 1986
017 Fall 1986

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17 Winters 01 Body

Terry Winters, Drawing, 1986, graphite and gouache on paper, 8½ x 12 inches.

17 Winters 02 Body

Terry Winters, Drawing, 1986, graphite and gouache on paper, 8½ x 12 inches.

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