Paulette Nenner, Crucified Coyote Sculpture Edition, Hand Colored Photograph on Board Attached to Gold Painted Wood, c. 1981


Crucified Coyote, sculpture edition, c. 1981; hand colored photograph on board attached to  gold painted wood, 16 1/4 x 11 in.


Crucified Coyote

Also available: Alan W. Moore,  Paulette Nenner A Memorial Exhibiton, Brecht Forum at the New York Marxist School, Catalogue, 1989. This special edition contains the original 4 page printed catalog along with a handmade insert featuring 4 color xerox images, 11 x 8 1/2 in. — Request Price


Title page form exhibition catalog


Double page spread in catalogue

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Back page from catalog


Page with color plate and accompanying list


Closeup details of 3 additional plates

Paulette Nenner (1941-1987), a strong animal rights activist, caused a major controversy when she exhibited a dead coyote nailed to a cross in an exhibition about animals sponsored by the NYC Parks Department.   The crucified coyote available here is from a small edition that Nenner designed following the highly publicized incident.   Nenner was one of the most respected artists in the COLAB circle and her early death was much lamented.  Her works are extremely rare.

Animals Paulette Nenner