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What is this?

Ten mini-environments forming patchwork collage of Los Angeles area's topography, ethnic diversity, and plant life.

This is a drawing from United States. It is dated 1986 and we acquired it in 1993. Museum purchase through gift of Lucy Work Hewitt.

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Its medium is

pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash on beige paper

Its dimensions are

22.9 x 58.9 cm (9 x 23 3/16 in.)

It is signed

Signed and dated in pen and brown ink, lower right: SITE J.W. 1986

It is inscribed

Inscribed in pen and brown ink, top: Selections of Los Angeles Theme Modules for the Plaza; (from left to right) Desert Plants; Glass Enclosed Terrarium; Archeological Excavation with Partially Buried Equestrian of Pershing; Bench; Classical Fountain; Beachfront Fragments; Adobe Fragments;Tropical Plants; Grape Arbor; Japanese Garden; Partially Buried ConvertiblePlanter; Auto-Archeology; Spanish Archeology; Flower Garden; Palm Grove; lower left: Pershing Square paving modules

This object was from the office of SITE and architect: James Wines and created by James Wines

This object was catalogued by Marilyn Symmes and ALH

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