Boca Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
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Exhibition Images

Restless Exploration: Paintings and Prints by Dan Christensen from the Museum's Permanent Collection

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DAN CHRISTENSEN (American, 1942-2007)
Blue Rancho, 1981, silkscreen on paper, edition
122/160, 42 1/4 x 30 inches. Permanent
Collection 2005.6.24 Gift of Barry and Gigi

DAN CHRISTENSEN (American, 1942-2007)
Edo, 1980, silkscreen on paper, edition
47/175, 42 Ĺ x 30 inches. Permanent
Collection 2005.6.28 Gift of Barry and Gigi


DAN CHRISTENSEN (American, 1942-2007)
Jivaro II, 1979, silkscreen on paper, edition
54/100, 42 1/4 x 30 inches. 2005.6.34 Gift of
Barry and Gigi Fitzmorris

DAN CHRISTENSEN (American, 1942-2007)
Untitled, 1979, acrylic on paper, 40 x 30
inches. Permanent Collection 1991.021
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steinman


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