Two Paintings by Ed Baynard

BOMB 49 Fall 1994
049 Fall 1994

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Ed Baynard, 21st Century Problem, 1994, acrylic ink, ink and watercolor, 20 × 27 inches. Collection Andrew Ong.

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Ed Baynard, Map of the Big City, 1994, acrylic, ink and watercolor, 20 × 27 inches. Courtesy Paul Morris.

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049 Fall 1994