Citation"Window Writing, Chicago
(John Simmons) , 2018.118,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Dec 07, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/361761.
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A black and white photograph shows a close up view of two people seated in a booth at a diner. They are nearly in silhouette, their faces lit mostly by light from a large window just beyond the table. At right, a man with a high forehead and a full round face, smiles faintly, resting one elbow on the table, while holding a spoon with his other hand. Across the table, a woman wearing a sweater and a knit cap over her curly hair, reaches one arm toward the window, looking intently as she draws on it with her finger, tracing curling lines in its condensation.