He drew on everything from bags to grocery receipts, but it was paper—smooth, permanent and hard—that he favored most. Any kind of paper could suffice, even the torn out pages of a notebook, like with these two pieces.
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Willem de Kooning: Works on Paper From the Estate of Dr. Henry Vogel
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