David Ireland at Paule Anglim

Duncan, Michael
October 2001
Art in America;Oct2001, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p172
Features the exhibition of David Ireland's paintings at the Paule Anglim art gallery in San Francisco, California. Art pieces featured during the exhibit; Range of themes and issues explored by the artwork; Description of the art pieces.


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