Plains of Quicksilver; Quicksilver Messenger Service, Miller Blues Band, and John Lee Hooker at Avalon Ballroom
- Victor Moscoso, 1936-
- Born: Spain
- Work Locations: San Francisco, CA
Victor Moscoso, Plains of Quicksilver; Quicksilver Messenger Service, Miller Blues Band, and John Lee Hooker at Avalon Ballroom, 1967. Offset lithograph; 20 × 14 1/4 in. Denver Art Museum: Partial gift of David and Sheryl Tippit; partial purchase with Architecture and Design acquisition funds; and partial purchase from the Volunteer Endowment Fund in honor of R. Craig Miller, 2007.4395.
Inventory number: Family Dog 53
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