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Robert Arneson (United States, 1930–1992)

Short Stop
Date: 1965
54 x 14 1/2 x 67 in. (137.2 x 36.8 x 170.2 cm)
Medium: Glazed earthenware, colored pigments, adhesive; hand-built
Credit Line: Museum of Arts and Design, New York; gift of Karen Johnson Boyd, through the American Craft Council, 1977
Object number: 1977.5.2a-e
Not on View
DescriptionWhite glazed earthenware sculpture, which consists of five parts: a) a large standing urinal-like sculpture resembling a vulva, with footprints on inside surface, verso has painted scene, topped with a metal-looking knob from which emerges a finger; b,c,d) rectangular slabs with foot imprints emerge from the standing urinal e) and a winged foot with a raised heel and wings attached to ankle is found at the end of these rectangular slabs, opposite the urinal.

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