Two Works by Willy Heeks

BOMB 23 Spring 1988
023 Spring 1988

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Bomb 23 Heeks1 Body

Willy Heeks, Untitled, 1987, oil, ink, conté crayon, pencil on paper, 40 × 30 inches. Courtesy of David Beitzel.

Bomb 23 Heeks2 Body

Willy Heeks, Untitled, 1987, mixed media on paper, 46 × 32¼ inches. Courtesy of David Beitzel.

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023 Spring 1988