|Medium||Oil paint and enamel on paper on canvas|
|Dimensions||305.30 cm × 244.40 cm (120.20 in × 96.22 in)|
|Location||National Galleries of Scotland|
The painting is one of many in a series that Gallagher produced consisting of large scale, black paintings that she used to explore her African-American heritage and early stereotypes of African Americans, including minstrel shows. To create Untitled, Gallagher glued paper to a canvas. She used black oil paint on the paper and on top of that, silver paint to create small, human lips in rows.
- "Untitled (1998)". National Galleries Scotland. Retrieved 8 February 2017.