AND THEN RAINBOW; AND THEN ICHIMATSU PATTERN; AND AND THEN PLATINUM
Three offset lithographs printed in colors, 2005-06, the first and second signed in metallic ink and numbered 211/300 and 201/300 respectively, the third signed in black ink and numbered 22/300, on smooth wove paper, co-published by the artist and Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd, Tokyo, unframed (3 prints)
sheets: 680 by 680 mm 26¾ by 26¾ in
The prints are in good condition, the full sheets printed to the edges. 'AND THEN Platinum' with faint scuffing throughout and a few minuscule associated ink losses in the silver and the pink of the ear. An occasional tiny indentation in the lower and left sheet edges. 'AND THEN Rainbow' with a few small creases in the upper half of the sheet. The versos of 'Platinum' and 'Rainbow' each with remnants of clear adhesive at the sheet edges. The verso of 'AND THEN Ichimatsu' with a Japan hinge remnant in the lower corner and a few spots of stray ink.
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