ED RUSCHA | GREY SUDS (ENGBERG 59)
Property of a Private Owner
GREY SUDS (ENGBERG 59)
Screenprint in colors, 1971, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 13/100 (total edition includes 15 artist's proofs), on Arches wove paper, printed by Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, published by Edizioni O, Milan, framed
sheet: 455 by 608 mm 17⅞ by 23⅞ in
framed: 642 by 795 mm 25¼ by 31¼ in
The full sheet, printed to the edges, in generally good condition except the upper right corner tip skillfully reattached and inpainted. Some soft creasing and faint surface soiling in the corners and an occasional inconspicuous handling crease. The verso faintly toned and with three small adhesive remnants along lower sheet edge, with a few spots of slight associated skinning.
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