ANDY WARHOL | QUEEN ELIZABETH II OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (F. & S. II.334 - 337)
Property of a Private American Collector
1928 - 1987
QUEEN ELIZABETH II OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (F. & S. II.334 - 337)
Four screenprints in colors, 1985, each signed in pencil and numbered 40/40 (total edition includes ten artist's proofs), on Lenox Museum Board, each with the blindstamp of the printer, Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by George C. P. Mulder, Amsterdam, framed (4 prints)
sheets: 998 by 799 mm 39 ¼ by 31 ½ in
The full sheets, printed to the edges, in good condition apart from occasional attenuation of the colors. Three with a few tiny nicks at the sheet edges (some touched-in). (Each sheet with an occasional faint scuff.) For individual notes on each print, please contact the department.
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