ROBERT MOTHERWELL | THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)
ROBERT MOTHERWELL | THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)
ROBERT MOTHERWELL | THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)
ROBERT MOTHERWELL | THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)
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ROBERT MOTHERWELL | THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 USD

ROBERT MOTHERWELL | THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 USD

Lot Details

Description

ROBERT MOTHERWELL

1915 - 1991

THE RED QUEEN (WALKER ART CENTER 476)


Aquatint and lift-ground etching printed in red and black with collage, 1989, initialed in pencil and numbered 20/40 (total edition includes 14 artist's proofs), on Whatman wove paper, printed by Catherine Mosely, published by the artist and with his blindstamp, released by Waddington Graphics, Ltd., London and with their blindstamp, unframed

plate: 602 by 452 mm 23¾ by 17¾ in

sheet: 790 by 634 mm 31⅛ by 25 in

Condition Report

With full margins, the print is in good condition apart from a few inconspicuous scuffs and surface scratches in the image. The margins and verso with an occasional small spot of faint discoloration, stray ink or surface soiling and a soft vertical crease in the lower right sheet edge.


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