(Andor Weininger) , 1996.336,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Feb 29, 2024, https://hvrd.art/o/217958.
A vertical rectangle is subdivided into five sections, with a pale violet rhombus occupying most of the center, long white triangles that push in from the left and right sides, and darker colored irregular rectangle shapes at top and bottom. Black horizontal bars jut in from the left and right sides, and white bars come in from top and bottom. At center left is a long tan diagonal rectangle, the top of which has a scroll shape, similar to an elongated violin head. At center right is a large tan irregular notched rectangle overlaid with a smaller white curvilinear shape, which itself contains smaller shapes.