|Medium||Oil, pencil and paper on canvas|
|Dimensions||84 cm × 72 cm (33 in × 28 in)|
|Location||Museum of Fine Arts, Boston|
This painting is part of an early series that Gallagher created examining minstrel shows. Sheets of penmanship paper are adhered to a canvas. Neutral colored oil paint and blue pencil emphasizes the lines on, and color of, the paper. Lightly drawn symbols decorate the pieces of paper, including drawings of red lips and eyeballs which represent early stereotypes of African American peoples.
This painting was acquired by the Museum on December 14, 1994 from the Mario Diacono Gallery, which representing Gallagher. Funding for the purchase came from the Living New England Artist Purchase Fund.
- Untitled, another painting in the same series by Gallagher
- "Tally". Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Retrieved 8 February 2017.
- Schwartz, Alexandra. Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s. Berkeley: University of California Press (2015). ISBN 0520282884
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