Covey, Rosemary Feit, 1954- , American
A/Pfew proofs onlyStudent work probably done at Maryland Institute/College of Art. Covey said that the earlier related drawing was done at Cornell University. Dolls are evident in many of Covey's early prints. The print was returned to Covey in 2007 by the mother of Rosemary's ex-husband, Paul. Until its return Covey did not realize the image still existed. The print was thus not recorded in the 1991 book "Rosemary Feit Covey: The Prints 1970-1990."Ten dolls in long dresses, one with umbrella.
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Image Dimensions451 x 355 mm (image)
MediumMonochrome (black/gray/sepia only); Etching on paper
Credit LineGift of Eric Mackenzie in memory of William C. Garwood and Gwendolyn Garwood
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Covey, Rosemary Feit, 1954- , American (1973)Covey said that this drawing was done at Cornell University. Dolls are evident in many of Covey's early prints. The related print was returned to Covey in 2007 by the mother of Rosemary's ex-husband, Paul. Until its return ...