Property of a Private American Collector
1928 - 1987
CAMOUFLAGE (F. & S. II.406 - 413)
The complete set of eight screenprints in colors, 1987, each signed in pencil on the verso by Frederick Hughes, the executor of the Andy Warhol Estate, and numbered 47/80, on Lenox Museum Board, each with the blindstamp of the printer, Rupert Jasen Smith, published by the artist, New York, framed (8 prints)
sheets: 965 by 965 mm 38 by 38 in
The prints are in good condition, the full sheets printed to the edges. Each with some spots of rubbing and an occasional scuff, visible mainly in raking light. F. & S. II.412 with a 60 mm scratch in orange shape at upper left. F. & S. II.413 with a slight crease in bottom left corner and two small ink cracks and a few minuscule scratches in orange at upper left.
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