ANDY WARHOL | PLAINS INDIAN SHIELD (F. & S. II.382)
Property of a Private Midwest Collection
1928 - 1987
PLAINS INDIAN SHIELD (F. & S. II.382)
Screenprint in colors, 1986, signed in pencil and numbered 71/250 (total edition includes 50 artist's proofs), from Cowboys and Indians, on Lenox Museum Board, with the blindstamp of the printer, Rupert Jasen Smith, published by Gaultney, Klineman Art, Inc., New York, and with their inkstamp on the verso, framed
sheet: 912 by 912 mm 35⅞ by 35⅞ in
The print is in good condition and the sheet is full. The sheet edges with a tiny tear at right, a crease at bottom and a few small semicircular pressure marks and spots of rubbing. (An occasional tiny crease near the sheet edges and the verso with several small spots of dry adhesive residue from prior hinging.)
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