Ink drawing of two men from the back sitting with a view of tents and mountain range.
Verso: "Nov. 3, 1944. View of 271st R/Co. with jungle and mountain background. Mountains are Owen Stanley's. This was drawn in front of dispensary while I was on sick call."
Maurice explained that the Owen Stanley mountain range was very rugged and went right down the middle of New Guinea.
Hard edge painting of a building with four columns.
acrylic, 32" x 48"
Located in the President's Office of the Lieuallen Administration Building.
Courtesy of the Alfred P. Maurice Art Collection; Maurice.049.
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