Medical Satire: Acrobats
Black ink and red pastel on paper
overall: 12 1/2 x 10 in.
Inscribed at upper right and continuing clockwise in black ink: "Wyette / International Ltd. / Philadelphia. Pa. / U.S.A."; "ECUANIL / Psychic disordres / in everyday practice / anxiety / tension"; "2 colors / black / red / ."; "EQUILIBRIUM / mental / emtional / physical / ."; "SPARINE / serious psychotic / disordres / motor. / agitation"; "sparine"; "equanil"
Figures: Five acrobats in four vignettes balancing, three on unicycles and one on another figure.
Oscar Fabres (1894-1959) was a Chilean artist and illustrator who lived in New York.
Bequest of Oscar Fabres through the estate of Francine Salmon
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