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University Archives Photograph Collection

Art works

Item Details

coverage
1970-1985
date
2018-08-30T14:08:46Z
2018-08-30T14:08:46Z
2018-08-30 (issued)
description
Black and white photograph shows a drawing on a white wall of Don Quixote riding on Rocinante and Sancho Panza riding on Dapple in a field of windmills, in pen and ink style but likely painted. A caption above of the art work reads "Did I not tell your worship they were windmills? and who could have thought otherwise, except such as had windmills in their head?" Underneath the art, a man with eyeglasses sits at desk facing the wall, an ashtray next to him and papers in front of him.
format
image/jpeg
10 x 8 inches
photographs
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/92551
language
English
relation
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
University Archives Photograph Collection (RG10.1)
Academic Departments, Art Department (RG16.2)
rights
http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-RUU/1.0/
Rights Statement
This item is protected by copyright and\or related rights. However, for this Item, either (a) no rights-holder(s) have been identified or (b) one or more rights-holder(s) have been identified but none have been located. You are free to use this Item in any way that is permitted by the copyright and related rights legislation that applies to your use.
Please note that the above copyright statement applies to the entire collection, and individual photographs may be subject to an independent copyright status. Please contact ZSR Special Collections & Archives (archives@wfu.edu) to confirm the status of individual photographs in this collection.
source
https://wakespace.lib.wfu.edu/handle/10339/39540
subject
Art--20th century
Quixote, Don (Fictitious character)
Wake Forest University--People
Wake Forest University--Students
Smoking
title
Art works
type
Still Image

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