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BONcochon

This pig design is treated like porcelain, with deep colors and a painterly treatment of the content. The artist attempts to present a carefully orchestrated visual moment in which to explore an interest in society's manners and mores.

Gene Gentry McMahon
Gene has a vast repertoire of work, which has been on display and at various exhibitions in the region, with a number of public installations in the Seattle area. She resides in Seattle and has had several one-person and group exhibitions locally, including the Tacoma Art Museum, Bellevue Art Museum, and the Henry Art Gallery.

Location, Summer 2001
Inside the Bon Marche store

The Bon Marche
Seattle's Bon Marché is the namesake of a Paris store founded by Aristide Boucicaut, the French merchant credited with inventing the first genuine department store.

Purchase Price at Auction on October 13, 2001
$1,000

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