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William Wegman. Hand Some (detail), 2001. Chromogenic print. 14 x 11 inches (unframed). Edition of 150. William Wegman, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Forest (detail), 1999–2000. Scarf of 100% silk twill. 38 x 47 inches. Edition of 350. William Wegman, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Back and Beyond (detail), 2000. Scarf of 100% silk twill. 38 x 47 inches. Edition of 350.
William Wegman. Hand Some (detail), 2001. Chromogenic print. 14 x 11 inches (unframed). Edition of 150.
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William Wegman, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Forest (detail), 1999–2000. Scarf of 100% silk twill. 38 x 47 inches. Edition of 350.
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William Wegman, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Back and Beyond (detail), 2000. Scarf of 100% silk twill. 38 x 47 inches. Edition of 350.
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William Wegman

On the occasion of his 2000-01 exhibition at the FWM, artist William Wegman designed two oversized silk scarves, the first featuring a black and white "forest" of legs. The second of two scarves that the artist produced with the FWM is a print on silk twill that features Wegman's Weimaraner Batty in striking profile against a pale blue background. Digitally printed on silk twill, these pieces were created to be displayed as framed print editions or worn as a scarves.

Bio
American, born 1943
Born in Holyoke, Massachusetts, William Wegman received his BFA in painting from Massachusetts College of Art in 1965. He received his MFA in painting from University of Illinois in 1967.