An original chalk on paper drawing titled World’s Fair 1964, attributed to Shirley Mason, date unknown. The drawing features unknown figures lining up waiting to enter the domed tent in New York.
An original chalk on paper drawing titled World’s Fair 1964, attributed to Shirley Mason, date unknown. The drawing features unknown figures lining up waiting to enter the domed tent in New York. Photo provided
An original chalk on paper drawing titled World’s Fair 1964, attributed to Shirley Mason, date unknown. The drawing features unknown figures lining up waiting to enter the domed tent in New York. Photo provided

Artwork by Lexington woman known as Sybil sold in online auction

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