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A corner of the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Arts in New York City housing some fine Pissarros. The museum goer is Jill. This was done from a slide and was the recipient of an Honorable Mention in the Pastel Journal yearly contest.
Done from Nadar B&W portrait. Background was adapted from Nympheas Bleu by Claude.
Done from photos in a Met Museum Bulletin. Torsos from the time of Christ were bequeathed to the museum from the estate of the designer, Bill Blass.
The same size original is in the National Gallery in Washington, DC.
Done from a calendar. Detail of a photo of the copy of the David statue that is outside the Palazzo Vecchio in the Piazza della Signoria.
Done from a San Diego ZooNews magazine
Cousin Bill Miller and Alverta, or Bert, who worked for the family most of her life. Perched on Billy’s lap is Koko. They are seated outside the family home in Gambrills, MD