Object name: Out to Lunch
Accession Number: 2.93.2
Date : 1990
Gloss: Coe uses humor to deal with environmental issues. In Out to Lunch, bears picnic in the shadow of the Teton Mountains. The painting evokes controversies over management of bears in the National Parks, especially concerning issues of food, of the interaction between humans and bears, and of the definition of wilderness.
Dimensions: H: 45.375 in, width: 65.625 in
Credit Line: Gift of the artist and D. Harold Byrd, Jr.
Inscription: LRC, in script: Anne Coe
Synopsis: Painting- Out to Lunch- Coe, Anne- acrylic on canvas- bear- picnic- Tetons- LRC, in script: Anne Coe
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Kids are always drawn to this painting. Is it the picnic? the bears? the colors? They love it all!
Ann Coe's "Out to Lunch"