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What is this?

At center, a design for a gray upholstered sofa with upholstered, wooden arms curving to front legs; at back base corner, a rubber wheel. To lower right of this main, central image: small outline sketch showing back view of sofa with three wheels along the base. Two colored illustrations, taken from Sears Roebuck catalog, depict gray sofa ( glued to sheet at upper right) and trolley laden with cardboard boxes (glued to sheet at lower right), show the designer's inspiration for this rolling sofa design.

This is a drawing from United States. It is dated 1993 and we acquired it in 1997. Gift of Constantin Boym.

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Its medium is

graphite, black ink marker, brush and yellow and blue-green watercolor, collaged magazine illustrations on heavy white paper

Its dimensions are

56.5 x 35.6 cm (22 1/4 x 14 in.)

It is signed

Signed in graphite, lower right corner: Constantin Boym 93

This object was designed by Constantin Boym

This object was donated by Constantin Boym and catalogued by Dr. Gail Davidson

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