Painting of five male subjects in warm and cool hues of burnt-orange, dark blue, gray and black. Abraham Lincoln is depicted wearing his signature black top hat and black knee-length overcoat. The subject to the left of Abraham Lincoln appears to be in decorated military attire. The two subjects on the far right are also in military attire.
Tree trunks begin at the front left edge of the composition and move at an angle to the right side. The trunks in the foreground are blue and the ones in the background are white. A small leafless sapling is also in the foreground.
The cock is seen from a back view with scroll-like trellises seen to the right and left of the cock. There is a grouping of pink flowers to the left of the cock. The painting is in hues of red, yellow, blue, pink, and purple.
Original fashion design by Lilli Wolff. Possibly for a costume, of a female figure with gold-accented dress and flowing pink belt/sash represented on sketch by an applied cut-out piece of paper. Drawing is overlaid with black mesh, and mounted on larger board. Believed to have been done between 1945 and 1960.
A linear figure raises her hands. A blue circle in the upper right corner is silhouetted against the white background. The flat figure stands on red ground and an extra large hand is in the upper left portion of the painting.
The painting is an abstract of a cut open acorn squash in hues of green and gold against a brown background with a black, musical staff and two clef symbols in the upper right of the canvas. The lower right has abstract shapes in red, green, blue, and brown.
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