“No Man's Land” recalls the artist's youth in Oklahoma and his perceptions of the world outside of the state.
The work is being offered to the museum for purchase and is currently on loan and on display at the museum.
If acquired, “No Man's Land” will be the first major Ruscha work held in a public collection in Oklahoma.
In December, museum officials announced that an anonymous supporter of the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art pledged to match up to $215,000 toward the purchase of the painting. This benefactor has extended the pledge to July 1.
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