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Painting Below Zero: Notes on a Life in Art

Monday, December 21, 2009

James Rosenquist and his mother in front of a sign he painted in 1954.
Courtesy of James Rosenquist
James Rosenquist and his mother in front of a sign he painted in 1954.
James Rosenquist painting Billboards in Times Square, 1957-59.
Courtesy of James Rosenquist
James Rosenquist painting Billboards in Times Square, 1957-59.
James Rosenquist working in his studio.
Courtesy of James Rosenquist
James Rosenquist working in his studio.
Courtesy of James Rosenquist
Courtesy of James Rosenquist
"I Love You With My Ford," 1961. Oil on canvas. 6'10¾" x 7'9½" (210.2 x 237.5 cm)
James Rosenquist standing on World’s Fair Mural, painted in 1964.
Courtesy of James Rosenquist
James Rosenquist standing on World’s Fair Mural, painted in 1964.

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