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Gregory Abbott

American, b. 1945

Concert in a Garden at Versailles
1982

Colored pencil on paper
33.25 x 40.625 x 1.375 in.
Museum Permanent Collection
1984.1861


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  • bull
  • chair
  • cloth - Generally, textile that is woven, felted, knit, pounded, or otherwise made into a flat piece. For textile in the form of continuous strands made from filaments of fiber by reeling, spinning, twisting, or throwing, see "yarn."
  • Concerts - Sources:
    - Review of London recitals, 197-.
    - Web. 3
    - OED
    - New Grove
  • garden benches
  • gardens - Area of ground or open space; usually, but not always, where flowers, shrubs, trees, vegetables, or fruits are grown and cultivated.
  • hedges - Plantings of bushes or woody plants in a row as a formal element of a landscape or as a barrier.
  • music stands - Furniture in the form of pedestals with an an inclined, sometimes moveable frame; used to hold scores or sheet music in position for reading.
  • statues - Sculpture in the round, usually but not always depicting humans, animals, mythical beings, or small figure groups. Statues are relatively large in scale, being life-size, larger than life-size, or only slightly smaller than life-size. For small-scale representations of humans, animals, or mythical beings, use "figurines," "statuettes," or another appropriate term. For depictions of humans, animals, or mythical beings in media other than sculpture, use "figures (representations)."
  • trees - Woody, perennial plants usually with a single, long, self-supporting stem or trunk, and which grow to a considerable height.


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