SEAGRAM BUILDING; AND GRANT'S
Two screenprints in colors, 1972, each signed in pencil and inscribed 'R/A-Y', artist's proofs aside from the numbered edition of 75, from Urban Landscapes No. 1, on Schoeller's Parole wove paper, with the blindstamp of the printer, Edition Domberger, Stuttgart, published by Parasol Press, Ltd., New York, framed (2 prints)
the first image: 357 by 516 mm 14 by 20⅜ in
framed: 711 by 736 mm 28 by 29 in
The prints are in good condition, apparently with full margins. Both with an occasional pale spot of discoloration in the margins and a few minuscule fox marks in the lower margin, visible only on close inspection. 'Grant's' with a small abrasion in upper margin at right. (The sheets very slightly toned.) The versos with an occasional spot of surface soiling.
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