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ALEX KATZ | SIX FEMALE PORTRAITS

ALEX KATZ | SIX FEMALE PORTRAITS

ALEX KATZ | SIX FEMALE PORTRAITS

The History of Now: The Collection of David Teiger

ALEX KATZ

B.1927

SIX FEMALE PORTRAITS


The complete portfolio, comprising six heliogravures, 2004, signed in pencil on the colophon and numbered 59/100, dedicated on the title page 'For David Best Wishes Alex 4/12/04', with introductory text by Kay Heymer, on Zerkall 300g Etching paper (folded, as issued), printed by Atelier Till Verclas, Hamburg, published by Jablonka Galerie, Cologne, accompanied by the original portfolio cover, framed (6 prints)

sheets (folded): 400 by 305 mm 15¾ by 12 in

framed: 483 by 407 mm 19 by 16 in

The prints are in good condition, printed on folded sheets (as issued). 


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Gift of the artist, 2004