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  • Jan Eaton

    Dazzle ship schematic for painting crews, 1917-18 US Navy schematic for crews painting ships in confusion patterns, 11 ¾ X 28 ¾ inches, stone lithograph. As noted on the litho the colors shown don't represent the colors actually used, which are specified. Very few of these lithographs survived. Featured in the 1982 exhibition "Camouflage and Art," Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design.

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