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    • Bipeds dancing

    • Men; Women; Dance; Dance parties
    • The setting for the print's composition was the Mexico City Country Club. The obvious contradiction was in the name of the club and the predominate number of foreign ethnic types. The characters depicted are said by the artist to be "types" which...
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    • This lithograph was printed in 1936. It was the first work in which the artist used a zinc plate rather than the usual lithographic stone. The print was printed by George Miller in New York. Ms. Durieux had never drawn on a zinc plate before and...
    • Parapet

    • People; Balconies
    • Mankind is presented by the use of a solitary standing human form. He is placed before a dark parapet over which he gazes into the dark void of the world. It appears a most solemn occasion. Ms. Durieux related that the print's subject is one of...

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