While visiting the De Kooning retrospective at MOMA was telling a friend about two parody versions of the "Women" series.
The Rose Art Museum evidently owns both.
The Robert Colescott I remembered because when I first saw it in reproduction many years ago I didn't know Colescott was African American -- a biographical detail that makes the tribute postmodern rather than straight-up racist. I was blanking on who did I Still Get a Thrill When I See Bill but of course it's Mel Ramos,* another artist with a history of politically correct political incorrectness.
*(I was thinking Larry Rivers)