A tall bowl shape sits atop a cushion shaped base. Both the base and the vessel are covered with a complex series of patterns and textures. Vertical panels of yellow, light blue and black are further enhanced with texture and short curvilinear lines in gray and black. Rectangular cutouts are inside the black sections of both the vessel and base.
The sculptural earthenware piece depicts a person's head from the nose up. The eyes are wide open and atop the head are four shapes resembling ears of corn. The colors are predominately yellows and light browns with blue eyes. The face and hair are highly textured.
A boardwalk with a ferris wheel and other rides juts from the right side of the canvas, a small boat grounded on the shore, a young woman building a sand castle, and scattered children play and wade at the water's edge are depicted in this oil painting.
Coat of satin printed in multicolored shredded newspaper pattern. Bracelet length sleeves; turned down collar. Center front invisible placket closure with 4 mother of pearl buttons and self-covered button at neckline. Wide welt pockets at sides. Back vent; knee length. Lined in pale blue satin. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Todd Oldham" "Dry Clean / Only" and "Made / In U.S.A" tags at left side seam.
Suit of black ribbed fabric. (a) jacket with notched collar of sateen; center front welted button closure; pink buttons with gold snake; armhole princess seams; double darts from pocket to bust point; faux single welt pockets with gathers; long sleeves with curved half cuffs in pink sateen with button closure; armhole princess seams on back; pink lining; pleat at center back. (b) matching knee-length skirt; waistband; 1 front waist dart; 1 front princess seam; center back closure; waistline darts; black lining.
A male figure in the foreground looks at something on a woman's desk. She is seated and holds a telephone receiver. Behind her is a man looking closely at a painting on the wall. The woman states, "Excuse me, these are private papers." The painting on the wall consists of squares of different colors. The man in the foreground is painted in a dark pinkish red tone.
Sweater suit of black and white lambswool knit. a) Sweater jacket of black and white lambswool. Black bodice with long sleeves and trim in black and white argyle pattern. Collarless with five large black leather square buttons down center front. Two front patch pockets. White lining with shoulder pads. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Yves Saint Laurent / rive gauche / Made in France / Paris" Size "34" label and cleaning instructions labels at inside left seam. b) Skirt of black lambswool knit with 7 inch band of black and white argyle border at hemline. Waist gathers into 3-1/2 inch waistband with left side zipper. Calf length. Unlined. Designer's label at center back: "Yves Saint Laurent / rive gauche / Made in France / Paris" Size "38" label and cleaning instructions labels at inside right seam.
This black and white ink wash depicts a man paying for his New York Times at a newstand. The foreground contains stacks of newspapers and the background appears dark with some hanging lights and silhouettes of more people.
Ballgown of olive/brown iridescent silk taffeta with all over Lesage embroidery of metallic thread, beads, small sequins, and green chenille yarn. Full length; round neck; long sleeves; center back zipper. Lined in copper colored organza. Designer's label: "Pierre Balmain / Paris" Style label under designer's label: "173666" Accompanying gown, but not shown: Stole of olive green silk; fringed ends. Petticoat for dress. Under layers of very stiff olive netting. Inner support bodice of copper brown silk; extends below waist to knee to form underskirt. Back zipper.