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Artist: Richard Lukosius (1918 – 1999) Primary
Date: 1960s
20th century
Dimensions: 11.5 x 9.5 in. (29.21 x 24.13 cm)
Dimensions Extent: sheet
Object Type: Work on Paper
Creation Place: North America, United States, Connecticut
Medium and Support: Ink, bead, applique on paper
Credit Line: Gift of Carey Mack Weber, 2021.
Accession Number: 2021.19.01
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Contemporary
Period and styles of painting, sculpture, graphic arts, and architecture dating from the recent past and present. It differs from modern art in that the term 'Contemporary art' does not carry the implication of a non-traditional style, but instead refers only to the time period in which the work was created. 'Modern' and 'Contemporary' are inherently fluid terms. The term 'Contemporary' is sometimes more narrowly used to refer to art from ca. 1960 or 1970 up to the present. To refer to the current time period without reference to style of art, use "contemporary (generic time frame)".
appliqué
Originally applied works of metal, but also used for works in plastic, glass, or other similar materials, pieces of design that are created separately and intended to be attached to the main visual work or other object. For works of textile, prefer "appliqué (visual works)."
ink
A fluid medium used for drawings or tracings. An opaque, usually black, pigment is mixed with a vehicle such as water to produce a fluid which can be applied with a pen or brush. Through the end of the 19th century, ink was supplied dried in stick or block form which was ground and mixed with water as needed. At the beginning of this century prepared ink became popular.
beads
Refers to small objects, of any shape or material, pierced so that they may be strung or hung or attached, as by sewing.

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