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Clifford Wright fotograferet
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Den Frie i 1993.
Clifford Wright, 1993.
Clifford, Elsa med Jonathan på skødet, David og Barbara i Åsø gamle skole.
Clifford, Elsa with Jonathan on her lap, David and Barbara in the schoolhouse in Åsø.
  Clifford Wright (1919-1999).
Kunstneren Charles Clifford Wright blev født som Oswald Kallunki i staten Washington i USA den 19. november 1919, og døde den 30. september 1999 i Damsholte på Møn. Hans biologiske forældre var den finske indvandrer, skovhugger Arvid Kallunki og hans hustru Edith Pekkanen.

Navnet Charles Clifford Wright fik han af det plejeforældrepar han voksede op hos nær Seattle, tømrer Charles P. Wright og hustru Bertha May Hill. Han havde ikke noget kendskab til sine biologiske forældre, før han som voksen, opmuntret af venner fra kunstnerkolonien Yaddo i Saratoga Springs, tog kontakt til Røde Kors i håbet om, at de kunne være behjælpelige med at finde forældrene. Adskillige år senere fik han pludselig et telefonopkald fra Californien fra sin biologiske far, som forklarede, at han havde sat sine børn i pleje, da hans kone, Cliffords mor, døde, og havde siden mistet kontakten til plejeforældrene på grund af bureaukratisk rod. Clifford mødtes med sin far og tog mange år senere til slægtens hjemby i det nordlige Finland for at mødes med sine talrige slægtninge.
 
Wrights kunstneriske uddannelse begyndte i Seattle, hvor han studerede på Cornish School of art hos bl.a. Mark Tobey og Walter Reese. Tobey blev hans egentlige læremester og livslange ven. Efter han havde arbejdet for Seattle Art Museum (SAM) i en periode på tre år, rejste han til New York i efteråret 1946. I 1947 modtog han legat til ophold på kunstnerkolonien Yaddo. Året efter vendte han tilbage og fik stillingen som medhjælper for stedets direktør, Elizabeth Ames, og blev til 1955. Det var her, han i foråret 1952 mødte forfatteren Elsa Gress for første gang. 

Wright, der var kendt i kunstnerkredse for at være biseksuel, foretog i 1956 en dannelsesrejse til Europa sammen med veltrænet ung mand (han havde en svaghed for store muskler hos både mænd og kvinder, særligt kvindelige livvagter). Imidlertid ankommet til Belgien blev Wright forladt af sin unge ven, der havde taget pengebeholdningen med, og således stod den forsmåede alene i Europa uden midler og tog kontakt til Elsa Gress, som han havde haft et intimt forhold til efter en fest på Yaddo år forinden (spiritus var for Wright midlet, der midlertidig forvandlede fra ham homoseksuel til heteroseksuel). Clifford Wright blev gift med Elsa Gress og ægteskabet mellem det umiddelbart ulige par blev livslangt.
Elsa Gress boede på det tidspunkt i en lille koldtvandslejlighed i Teglgårdsstræde i København sammen med sønnen David, som hun havde med den amerikanske litteraturprofessor Richard Warrington Baldwin Lewis, der vedkendte sig faderskabet, men ikke forpligtelserne.

Clifford og Elsa flyttede fra Teglgårdsstræde til en lidt større koldtvandslejlighed på Amagerbrogade i København og fik sammen børnene Barbara og Jonathan, og Clifford adopterede David. Et billedsalg på 500 dollar i 1959 betød, at familien kunne forlade den lille københavnerlejlighed og flytte til den nedlagte skole i Åsø på Midtsjælland. I Åsø dannede de Decenter, et kulturelt mødested for kunstnere fra ind- og udland. Navnet Decenter var en legende hentydning til forestillingen om offentligt finansierede kulturcentre og i særdeleshed til kulturminister Bodil Kochs lovforslag fra 1963 om "Kulturhuse i Danmark", som ikke blev fremsat, da det ansås for elitært. Clifford og Elsas ”de-center” modtog derimod aldrig offentlig støtte og overlevede på parrets sporadiske indtægter og frivillige bidrag fra gæsterne.  

I 1972 måtte Clifford Wright og Elsa Gress af økonomiske grunde forlade Åsø gamle skole og blev tilbudt en fribolig og arbejdsmaterialer til Clifford på Marienborg gods ved Damsholte på Møn. Godset var ejet af greve Peter Moltke, der var ven af familien, og på Marienborg fortsatte Decenter i nogle år, om end Moltkes sygdom og død i 1981 stærkt indskrænkede aktiviteterne. Her fik Wright et stort atelier, hvor størstedelen at hans kunstneriske produktion er blevet til.  

I ægteskabet med Elsa Gress udlevede Wright sin homoseksualitet i fantasien og i sin billedverden. Han var glad for sin tilværelse i Danmark, 
dog lærte han aldrig at tale dansk. Han var hjælpeløs omkring praktiske spørgsmål og var afhængig af Elsa i alle forhold, også de økonomiske, hun var hovedforsørgeren. Han var stolt af Elsas litterære præstationer og den berømmelse hun fik. Selv var han en tilbageholdende og beskeden person, der ikke tog del i selskabelighed, heller ikke da Dronning Margrethe og Prins Henrik i januar 1982 kom til Marienborg for at besøge ham og Elsa. Clifford opholdt sig i køkkenet sammen med betjeningen, mens Elsa underholdt sig med regentparret i flere timer. Imidlertid fortalte han med glæde i breve til venner og bekendte om sine udstillinger, bestillinger og de priser han modtog.
I foråret 1988 udstillede Wright i Det danske hus på Champs-Élysées i Paris, og her var Elsa med for sidste gang, hun døde få måneder efter. Clifford kom sig aldrig over tabet af sin hustru og mistede lysten til at male.
Wrights arbejder har været udstillet i blandt andet New York, Bruxelles, Paris, København, Ålborg og Stockholm.
Han modtog legater fra The National Academy of Arts and Letters, Huntington Hartford Foundation, Yaddo, The Ingram Merrill Foundation og Egill Jacobsens fond.
Hovedparten af Wrights produktion består af det fabulerende abstrakte og det abstrakte figurative maleri, og hertil kommer at han har udført en plakatserie for DSB og udsmykket Sønderborg station (1989) samt lavet scenografi til Det Kongelige Teater.
I 1963 udgav han bogen "Helten i den nye verden", Borgens Forlag, hvor han beskriver amerikansk kunst gennem årene. Endvidere har han udført utallige illustrationer og bogomslag.  
 
Det har ofte været sagt om Wrights arbejder, at de ikke kan rubriceres i det kassesystem, som kunsthistorikere ofte søger som ramme for en kunstners produktion. Det er ikke korrekt, med mindre man ønsker at demonstrere en slavisk kronologisk årstalsrækkefølge. Wright havde ikke den intellektuelle velovervejede tilgang til sin kunst. Han malede hvad han havde lyst til, var ubevidst søgende af nødvendighed, og om der på fladen den ene dag fremkom en abstrakt komposition og dagen efter en monokrom fantasi, var helt i overensstemmelse med hans måde at arbejde på. Wright havde, om ikke sine perioder, så sine områder forstået på den måde, at han altid vendte tilbage til abstraktionen, figurationen, karikaturen og andre udtryksformer.

Specielt karakteristisk for Wrights værker er, at han i hovedparten af billederne bruger blæk/tusch. Disse vandopløselige medier kan ikke umiddelbart blandes med oliefarver, hvorfor der opstår den effekt at det olieskyende blæk ligger som små perler ovenpå olien og på mange af billederne danner et "tæppe af ælde", som giver billederne en effektfuld aura af mystik, hvor beskueren kan gå på opdagelse og finde skjulte motiver, der undsiger sig ved første blik. Den tachistiske malemåde som Mark Tobey lærte ham, gav ham friheden til at begynde en maleproces uden egentligt mål i sigte og derved lade underbevidstheden "tilsvine" det blanke ark/nøgne lærred, som er mange kunstneres skræk.
Endvidere er Wrights arbejder karakteriseret ved
figurative abstraktioner, rene abstraktioner, drømmeverdenen, eventyrlighed, den fabulerende fortælling, spontanitet, dynamik, magi, kaos, orientalsk inspiration, leg, livsglæde, humor, satire, elegante kvinder, smukke mænd, langlemmede skikkelser, intens farvevalg, gennemarbejdet baggrund, små penselstrøg, konturer, skravering og et utal af materialer.

 
  Clifford Wrights gravsted på Damsholte kirkegård på Møn.
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Clifford Wright's final resting place at Damsholte cemetery at the island of Møn.
Clifford Wright (1919-1999). The artist Charles Clifford Wright was born as Oswald Kallunki i Washington State, USA, on 19 November 1919 and died 30 September 1999 in Damsholte on the island of Moen, Denmark. His biological parents were the Finnish immigrant and lumberjack Arvid Kallunki and his wife Edith Pekkanen.

Wright got his name from and grew up near Seattle with foster parents Charles P. Wright, a carpenter, and his wife Bertha May Hill. He had no knowledge of his biological parents until many years later, when, encouraged by friends at the artists’ colony Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., he got in touch with the Red Cross in the hope that they could help him find his parents. Some years later he got an unexpected phone call from California. It was his biological father who explained that he had put his children in foster care when his wife, Clifford’s mother, died, and that he had lost contact to the foster parents due to a bureaucratic mix-up. Clifford went to see his father and years later visited his father’s home town in northern Finland to meet his numerous Finnish relatives.  

Wright’s training as a painter began in Seattle, where he studied at the Cornish School of Art with Mark Tobey and Walter Reese, among others. Tobey became his true mentor and a life-long friend. After working at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) for three years he left the Northwest for New York in the fall of 1946. In 1947, he was awarded a stay at Yaddo. He returned next year to take a position as assistant to the director of Yaddo, Elizabeth Ames, and remained until 1955. In the summer of 1952, he met the writer Elsa Gress, his future wife, who was one of that year’s grantees.  

In 1956, Wright, who was known to fellow-artists as bisexual, went on his first tour of Europe with a well-built young man – Wright had a thing for big muscles in both men and women, especially female life-guards. When they got to Antwerp, however, Wright was abandoned by his young friend, who had taken all the cash. Spurned, Wright was alone in Europe without a cent, so he got in touch with Elsa Gress, with whom he had had a fling after a party at Yaddo back in ’52. Alcohol was the means by which Wright temporarily converted from gay to straight. Weeks after arriving in Copenhagen, Wright married Elsa Gress and this marriage of two seemingly so different characters lasted until Elsa’s death in 1988.  

At that time, Elsa Gress was living in a little cold-water apartment on Teglgaardsstræde in central Copenhagen with her son David, whom she had by the American literary scholar Richard Warrington Baldwin Lewis, who acknowledged paternity, but no responsibilities.  In the spring of 1957, Clifford and Elsa moved from Teglgårdsstræde to a somewhat larger cold-water apartment on Amagerbrogade in Copenhagen. While living there they had, a year apart, their two children Barbara and Jonathan, while Clifford adopted David.  

A lucky picture sale in 1959 yielded $500, which allowed the family to leave the Copenhagen apartment and move to a disused village schoolhouse in Åsø the middle of Zealand. There they created Decenter, a place of encounter for artists from Denmark and abroad.  The name was a play on ”center”, specifically the notion of government-supported centers of culture such as those proposed by the then minister of culture, Bodil Koch, in 1963. The proposal was never put into practice because it was seen as elitist. Clifford and Elsa’s ”de-Center”, on the other hand, never received government money and survived mainly on Elsa’s and Clifford’s sporadic income and contributions by visitors.  

In 1972, for financial reasons, Clifford Wright and Elsa Gress had to abandon the old school in Åsoe.  Fortunately, they had the offer of free housing and painting supplies for Clifford on the estate of Marienborg on 
the island of Moen, owned by Count Peter Moltke, a family friend, and so Decenter continued at Marienborg, although Moltke’s illness and death in 1981 severely circumscribed its activities.  Wright was given the run of a very large studio, where the major part of his artistic work came into being.  

As husband to Elsa Gress, Wright lived his homosexuality in his imagination and in the imagery of some of his paintings. He was happy with his life in Denmark, although he never learned to speak the language. He was helpless in many practical matters and dependent on Elsa in all respects, including money, since she was the chief earner. He was proud of Elsa’s literary and dramatic achievements and of her fame. For his part, he was a retiring and modest person, who rarely took part in festivities with strangers, not even when Her Majesty Queen Margrethe and the Prince Consort, Henrik, visited Marienborg in January of 1982. Clifford stayed in the kitchen with the servants while Elsa entertained the royal couple for hours. In letters, however, he happily and at length told friends about his exhibitions, commissions, and awards.

In the spring of 1988, Wright exhibited at the House of Denmark on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, and Elsa was along for the last time; she died that July. Clifford never recovered from the loss of his wife and lost the desire to paint.

Wright’s work has been exhibited, among other places, in New York, Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen, Aalborg, and Stockholm.

He received grants from The National Academy of Arts and Letters, the Huntington Hartford Foundation, Yaddo, the Ingram Merrill Foundation, and the Egill Jacobsen Foundation.  

Most of Wright’s work consists of fantastic abstractions and abstract figurative pieces. He designed a series of posters for DSB, the Danish State Railways, decorated the railroad station in Sønderborg (1989, his last completed work), and designed costumes for the production of the play "Tom Paine" by Paul Foster at the Royal Theater in Copenhagen (1968).

In 1962 he published a book on the history and character of American art entitled "The Hero of the New World", issued in Danish by Borgens Forlag. He was a prolific illustrator and designer of book jackets.

Many have said of Wright’s work that it cannot be contained in the systems of classification often needed by art historians and critics to define and locate the work of an artist. This is not true, unless one insists on a slavishly chronological sequence of styles. Wright’s approach to his own work was not based on any strict intellectual category. He painted as he wished and was unconsciously a seeker, and if one day he provided the flat surface with an abstract composition, and the next a monochrome fantasy, this was quite consistent with his way of working. Wright may not have had strictly defined periods, but he had his areas of focus in the sense that he constantly returned to them: abstraction, figuration, the poster, the caricature, and certain others.  

Many of Wright’s works are characterized by use of ink/Indian ink. These water-soluble media cannot out of hand be mixed with oil paint, and the oil-shying ink forms small pearls on top of the oil, creating a "layer of antiquity", which gives the paintings a striking aura of mystery, where the spectator can go on a voyage of discovery and find hidden motifs. The Tachist way of painting which Mark Tobey taught him, gave him freedom to begin an aimless painting process, permitting the subconscious mind to "mess up"
the blank sheet of paper/blank canvas, something many painters are afraid of.
 
Furthermore Wright's works are characterized by
figurative abstraction, pure abstraction, dream worlds, fantasies, imaginary tales, spontaneity, dynamism, magic, chaos, Oriental inspiration, play, "joi de vivre", humor, satire, elegant ladies, handsome men, long-limbed figures, intense choice of color, detailed backgrounds, small brushstrokes, contours, hatching, and a wide range of materials.

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Yaddo sommeren 1955. Kør musen over billedet for at se, hvor Clifford Wright står.
Yaddo, summer of 1955. Mouse over the image to see where Clifford Wright is standing.
   
   
  Bageste række/Top Row:
Isadore Freed, George P. Elliott, Michael Seide, Katherine Shattuck, Virginia Dehn, Geoffrey Wagner, Milton Avery, Sally Avery, Sam Astrachan, Edgar Johnson, Earl Zindars (in rear), Eleanor Johnson, Neil Weiss, Jarvis Thurston, Clifford Wright, David Fremack. 

Nederste række/Bottom Row:
Hortense Calisher, Patience Haley, Maude Morgan, Adolph Dehn, Colleen Browning, Anita Lerner, Elizabeth Olds
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Abstrakt figurativ monokrome fantasier
Abstract figurative monochrome fantasies

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IMG_0448   82x56   mono print  Signature   Stamp IMG_0427   89x63   mono print   Signature   Stamp IMG_0345   90x62   mono print IMG_0428   89x63   mono print   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0346   63x89,5   mono print IMG_0434   58x84   mono print   Signature   Stamp IMG_0328   100x70   monoprint   Signature   Stamp IMG_0327   90x62,5  mixed media  Signature   Stamp
IMG_0468   89x63   mono print   Signature   Stamp IMG_0336   63,5x90   mono print   Signature   Stamp IMG_0371   67x95   ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0338   50x84   mono print   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0380   90x64   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0354   64,5x83   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamps IMG_0381   100x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0382   100x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp
 
Abstrakt figurativ fantasier/Abstract figurative fantasies
IMG_0322   50x50   monoprint   Signature  Stamp IMG_0319   91,5x64,5   mixed media   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0323   87x71   oil on paper  Signature   Stamp  "Melodrama" IMG_0426   70x93   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0317   85x63   mixed media IMG_0431   83x60   mixed media   Signature   Stamp   1981
 
Abstrakt/Abstract
IMG_0320   85x63   mixed media   Signature IMG_0312   90x63   mixed media IMG_0313   100x70   mixed media   Signature IMG_0444   100x70   gouache, ink  Signature   Stamp   1976
IMG_0321   63x89   mixed media   Signature   Stamp IMG_0326   84x62   mixed media   Signature   Stamp IMG_0445   100x70   mixed media   Signature   Stamp   1976 IMG_0330   100x70   oil, ink, paper   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0446   94x63   gouache, oil, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0447   62x84   gouache   Signature   Stamp   1983 IMG_0471   95x64   gouache   Signature   Stamp   1960 IMG_0460   84x62   gouache, oil, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0461   70x95   oil   Signature   Stamp   "Faun" IMG_0462   93x68   gouache, oil   Signature   Stamp IMG_0463   90x63   gouache, ink    Signature   Stamp IMG_0464   89x62   gouache, pastel
IMG_0473   63x89   gouache, oil   Signature   Stamp   1983 IMG_0459   83x62     oil, gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0474   63x89   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0469   89x62   gouache, oil, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0436   96x70   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   "Fabelskov" IMG_0437   92x63   mixed media   Signature   Stamp IMG_0441   94x70   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   1982 IMG_0342   80x60   gouache, ink
IMG_0425   84x63   oil,ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0430   81x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0472   62x82   gouache, oil, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0438   62x83   oil, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0352   90x63   gouache, Indian ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0344   94x67   gouache, ink, lacquer IMG_0341   80x60   gouache, lacquer IMG_0356   70x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0372   61x84  gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0373   62x84   oil, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0374   70x100   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0375   70x100   gouache   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0367   84x60   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0357   99x64   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   1967 IMG_0378   92x65   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0379   88x62   oil, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0388   100x70   gouache, oil   Signature   Stamp IMG_0389   84x62   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0390   63x84   mixed media   Signature   Stamp IMG_0395   85x65   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0404   69x82   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0369   70x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0407   83x63   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0408   70x100   gouache   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0400   84x62   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0401   67x92   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0402   94x68   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0403   100x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0368   70x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0370   100x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0383   70x100   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0409   100x70   oil   Signature   Stamp
       
IMG_0410   88x67   oil   Signature   Stamp IMG_0415   94x68   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   "The Dragon, Medea" IMG_0393  83x62   oil, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0413   90x65   gouache, Indian ink   Signature   Stamp   "Cerberus"
IMG_0399   63x90   oil, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0417   92x66   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0392   56x97   Signature   Stamp IMG_0358   70x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   1982
 
Abstrakt figurativ/Abstract figurative
IMG_0416   92x63   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0470   100x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp   1948 IMG_0331   70x100   oil, ink, paper IMG_0454   92x65   gouache   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0453   63x87   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0458   88x64   mixed media   Signature   Stamp   1980 IMG_0418   100x70   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0335   71,5x97,5   gouache, ink   Signature
IMG_0359   100x70   gouache, ink IMG_0414   98x65   gouache, ink IMG_0386   91x63   gouache, ink  Signature   Stamp   "The writing Bird" IMG_0394   100x70   mixed media   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0332   61,5x84   gouache, ink   Stamp IMG_0366   100x70   oil, Indian ink   Signature   Stamp
 
Fantasi/Fantasy
IMG_0451   84x62   gouache   Signature   Stamp   "Samtale med gorgou" IMG_0429   77x62   gouache   Signature  Stamp   ca. 1948 IMG_0449   92x64   gouache   Signature   Stamp   "the blue bird of happiness" IMG_0475   63x90   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0422   62x84   gouache   Signature   Stamp   1983 DSB IMG_0423   63x84   gouache   Signature   Stamp   1983 DSB IMG_0424   62x83   gouache   Signature   Stamp   1983 DSB IMG_0377   70x100   multi media   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0432   84x67   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0387   70x100   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0384   66x94   gouache   Signature   Stamp   "Resekameraten" IMG_0412   96x64   pastel, ink, wax   Signature   Stamp
 
Action Painting
IMG_0325   62x90,5   mixed media   Signature   Stamp   1972 IMG_0445   62x84   gouache, pastel   Signature   Stamp IMG_0442   94x70     gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   1982 IMG_0443   70x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   1979
 
Orientalsk inspiration/Oriental influence
IMG_0397   91x59   gouache   Signature  Stamp IMG_0398   100x70   gouache, ink   Signature   stamp IMG_0396   94x61   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0420   91x64   mono print   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0343   70x100   mixed media IMG_0340   93,5x67   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0333   92,5x65,5   gouache, ink   Signature IMG_0355   100x70   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
 
Karikaturer/Caricatures
IMG_0450   70x90   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0466   65x91   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0455   62x84   gouache, pastel   Signature   Stamp IMG_0421   63x85   gouache   Signature   Stamp
 
Portrætter/Portraits
IMG_0456   51x76   Indian ink   Signature   Stamp   Self-portrait IMG_0457   53x77   Indian ink   Signature   Stamp   Portrait IMG_0350   67x93,5   Indian ink   Portrait IMG_0365   64x88   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp   1972
IMG_0337   66,5x94   mixed media   Signature IMG_0353   61x83,5   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0476   63x89   gouache, Indian ink   Signature   Stamp   "Howard Griffin" IMG_0465   64x92   gouache   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0347   62x74   Indian ink   Portrait IMG_0376   70x100   Indian ink IMG_0351   67x93,5   Indian ink   Portrait IMG_0439   84x62   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
 
Plakater/Posters
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Forskellige/Various
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IMG_0385   66x94   gouache   Signature   Stamp   "Blake Vision" IMG_0316   64,5x91,5   mixed media   Signature   Stamp   "Grønt genfærd" IMG_0435   86x67   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0364   70x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp
IMG_0440   60x100   gouache, ink   Signature   Stamp IMG_0411   65x97   gouache   Signature   Stamp IMG_0324   100x70   oil on paper   Signature   Stamp IMG_0314   62x84   mixed media   Signature   1984
 

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