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Artist: Duane Hanson, American, 1925–1996

Drug Addict

1974

Fiberglass and polyester resin, oil paint, and mixed media

76.2 x 63.5 x 111.76 cm (30 x 25 x 44 in.)
Richard Brown Baker, B.A. 1935, Collection
2008.19.609
Culture: 
American
Period: 
20th century
Classification: 
Sculpture
Status: 
Not on view
Provenance: 

OK Harris Works of Art, 1974

Bibliography: 

Duane Hanson : erste Retrospektive des amerikanischen Bildhauers, exh. cat. (Stuttgart, Germany: Wuerttembergischer Kunstverein, 1974), 89, pl. 39, ill.

Martin H. Bush, Duane Hanson (Wichita, Kans.: Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, 1976), 68, ill.

Roy Bongartz, “It’s the Real Thing,” Horizon (Summer 1977): ill.

Maricamen López, “Las esculturas politicas de Duane Hanson,” Revista de Revistas (April 19, 1978): 44–49, ill. on cover, ill.

John Caldwell, “Sum of Show’s Disparate Parts are Whole,” New York Times (October 12, 1980).

Fortissimo!: Thirty years from the Richard Brown Baker Collection of contemporary art, exh. cat. (Providence, R.I.: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1985), 99, 136, no. 57, ill.

Sculptures by Duane Hanson, exh. cat. (Wichita, Kans.: Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, 1985), 26, 60, no. 40, ill. on cover, ill.

“Acquisitions, July 1, 2007–June 30, 2008,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (2008): 225, ill.

Jennifer Farrell et al., Get There First, Decide Promptly: The Richard Brown Baker Collection of Postwar Art (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 2011), 318, 320, fig. 2.

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