Louise Lincoln

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Who You/Yeah Baby, 1968 Oil And Collage On Canvas 30 1/8 X 24 1/4 In. © Collection of DePaul University Art Museum, Art Acquisition Endowment Photograph by Tom van Eynde
Homage to Chicago, 1968 Aluminum 3 X 3 X 3 ½ In. © Collection of the artist Photograph by Tom van Eynde
Study of a Soft Fireplug, Inverted, 1968 Pencil 26 ¾ X 22 In. © Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Gift of the American Contemporary Art Foundation, Inc., Leonard A. Lauder, President 2002.61
My Pal Trigger, 1968 Oil On Linen 28 X 24 In. © Collection of Daniel Cohn, Photo courtesy of the Ed Paschke Foundation
See-Saw, Class Systems, 1968 Lithograph On Cream Wove Paper 24 1/8 X 34 In. © Collection of the artist Photograph by Tom van Eynde
L.B.J., 1968-69 Wood And Glass Box, Head And Torso Of Doll, Decals 10 . X 8 7.8 X 7 . In. © Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, gift of Albert and Muriel Newman Photography Copyright Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Do Not Kill, 1966 Collage On Illustration Board 18 X 15 1/8 In. © The Estate of Ray Johnson at Richard L. Feigen & Company Photograph by Tom van Eynde
Beard, 1968 Wood And Leather 9. X 6 . X 7 3.8 In. © Collection of Roy and Mary Cullen, courtesy of Corbett vs. Dempsey Gallery Photograph by Tom van Eynde
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Louise Lincoln is Director of the DePaul University Art Museum and an adjunct faculty member in DePaul's Department of the History of Art and Architecture. She holds degrees from Bryn Mawr College and the University of Delaware. An art historian with specializations in arts of Africa, Native North America, and the Pacific Islands, she previously served as a curator at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. She has taught and published on a number of art-historical topics, as well as on museum administration, interpretation, and ethics.

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