Gary Schneider, American (born South Africa), born 1954



Pigmented ink print on canvas

Edition of 2 Artist proofs (Edition of 5)

Image: 79 5/8 × 40 in. (202.2 × 101.6 cm)

Sheet: 86 1/8 × 44 1/8 in. (218.7 × 112 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Trevor Fairbrother and John T. Kirk



Place Made: United States, North America


21st century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Dedicated, in graphite, bottom left: THANK YOU TREVOR; inscribed, in graphite, bottom center: TREVOR 2004 AP 1/2; signed, in graphite, bottom right: GARY SCHNEIDER

Course History

WRIT 5, Memoirs of Family, Ellen Rockmore, Fall 2013

WGST 10, Sex, Gender, and Society, Giavanna Munafo, Fall 2013

WGST 37.2, GEOG 41, Gender, Space and Islam, Jennifer Fluri, Fall 2013

NAS 42, WGST 40, Gender Topics in Native American Life, Vera Palmer, Fall 2013

ANTH 31, WGST 36, Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective, Lauren Gulbas, Fall 2013

NAS 42, WGST 40, Gender Topics in Native American Life, Vera Palmer, Fall 2013

SART 30, Photography II, Fall 2013

SART 29, Photography I, Fall 2013

WGST 7, Masculinities Go In Between, Klaus Milich, Winter 2014

COLT 67, AAAS 67, ENGL 54, WGST 52.1, Colonial and Postcolonial Masculinities, Ayo Coly, Winter 2014

WGST 7.2 , Masculinities Go In Between, Klaus Milich, Winter 2015

Exhibition History

Shadowplay: Transgressive Photography from the Hood Museum of Art, Owen Robertson Cheatham and Friends Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, August 10-December 8, 2013.

Published References

Gary Schneider, Nudes: Nudes, 2005


The artist; given to John T. Kirk and Trevor J. Fairbrother, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts; given to present collection, 2010.

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