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The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men

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  1. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The image shows the piece entitled "The Lemon King", created in 1997 by Scott Anderson using acrylic and watercolor. It was part of the exhibition entitled "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men". This exhibition featured works from various artists, and was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999.

  2. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. Various artists were involved in the show. This image shows an oil on linen entitled "Prodigal Son" created in 1992 by John Jacobsmeyer.

  3. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    This image shows the piece entitled "Boy's Life, installation of mixed media objects", created in 1998 by Joseph Dal Pra. It was one many pieces produced by various artists and displayed as part of an exhibition entitled "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men". It was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999.

  4. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition entitled "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. This image was one of many produced by various artists and is entitled "Cat Woman-Hero Boy Dance, installation of burlap, glue, talc, and bronze figures". The size of Cat Woman was 36 inches and Hero Boy, 4.5 inches. The piece was created in 1998 by Joseph Dal Pra.

  5. Set 2 of 2 The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. Various artists were involved in the show. The images show the final installation of the display. Set 2 of 2.

  6. Set 1 of 2 The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. Various artists were involved in the show. These images show the final installation of the display. Set 1 of 2.

  7. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The image shows the piece entitled "The Lemon King", created in 1997 by Scott Anderson using acrylic and watercolor. It was part of the exhibition entitled "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men". This exhibition featured works from various artists, and was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999.

  8. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. Various artists were involved in the show. This image shows an oil on linen entitled "Prodigal Son" created in 1992 by John Jacobsmeyer.

  9. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition entitled "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. This image was one of many produced by various artists and is entitled "Cat Woman-Hero Boy Dance, installation of burlap, glue, talc, and bronze figures". The size of Cat Woman was 36 inches and Hero Boy, 4.5 inches. The piece was created in 1998 by Joseph Dal Pra.

  10. Set 1 of 2 The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. Various artists were involved in the show. These images show the final installation of the display. Set 1 of 2.

  11. Set 2 of 2 The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    The exhibition "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men" was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999. Various artists were involved in the show. The images show the final installation of the display. Set 2 of 2.

  12. The exhibition The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999


    This image shows the piece entitled "Boy's Life, installation of mixed media objects", created in 1998 by Joseph Dal Pra. It was one many pieces produced by various artists and displayed as part of an exhibition entitled "The Patrimony Corrupted: Artwork Concerning the Reconsideration of the Role of Men". It was on display at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University from January 4 through January 31, 1999.

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