Count Caprivi

collage drawing on Stonehenge grey paper
30 x 22
WWI series / $750

The horrors of Boston and particularly of Boston virgins who are brought up among sexless surroundings, who wear canvas drawers and flat heeled shoes and tortoise-shelled glasses and who, once they are married, bear a child punctually every nine months for five or six years and then retire to end their days at the Chilton Club, Christ, what a narrow escape.
We who have known war must never forget war. And that is why I have a picture of a soldier’s corpse nailed to the door of my library.
– Harry Crosby