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Family of Doris Totten Chase gifts the Henry with works of art

Randall and Gregary Chase, sons of artist Doris Totten Chase, have gifted the Henry with 59 works of art by their mother, including 29 works on paper, a model for Kinetic Sculpture for Children (1971-72), and 29 videos. This generous gift adds to our collection of 42 Chase works, including six early works on paper, 21 computerized drawings, and three maquettes for her sculptures, which were gifted by the artist herself in 2004.
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