Winged Bat Figure
Artist: Unknown Mexican Artist Primary
Fairfield University Art Museum, Fairfield, Connecticut, ekphrasis ii: Sarah Z. Sleeper (MFA'12), July 11 - September 28, 2012
Purchased at auction at Sotheby Parke-Bernet Galleries by Jacob Fass on October 11, 1975 (Sale #3792, Lot #461); gift to Fairfield University 2003; transferred to the Fairfield University Art Museum collection in 2018.
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