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A Caroliniana Interior by Artist
Internationally renowned artist Philip Mullen, who retired in June after teaching at USC's Art Department since 1969, made this printed drawing of the South Caroliniana's Library's reading room in the early 1990s. He created it to explore the manifold variations that result from applying paint to a printed work.
The Library houses a basic archival research collection on Mullen's career.
Mullen was featured in an article written by assistant director Thomas L. Johnson in the Fall 2000 issue of the USC library publication Ex Libris.
Room with a view:
alcoves seen from south balcony.
A native of Akron, Ohio, Mullen's education includes a B.A., from University of Minnesota, 1964; M.A., University of North Dakota, 1966; and Ph.D., Ohio University, 1970; he joined the faculty of USC as professor of art in 1969.
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