Untitled Etching by Stephen Ellis

BOMB 26 Winter 1989
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 Stephen Ellis, Untitled, drypoint and acquatint etching from portfolio, Japanese Gothic, 1988. Published by Alfred Kren, Cologne. Courtesy of Lorence Monk Gallery.

Stephen Ellis, Untitled, drypoint and acquatint etching from portfolio, Japanese Gothic, 1988. Published by Alfred Kren, Cologne. Courtesy of Lorence Monk Gallery.

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Stephen Ellis, Untitled, 1986, graphite and watercolor on paper. Courtesy Alfred Kren.
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