ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)
ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)
ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)
ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)
ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)
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ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 USD

ANDY WARHOL | JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 USD

Lot Sold:16,250USD

Lot Details

Description

ANDY WARHOL

1928 - 1987

JANE FONDA (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.268)


Screenprint in colors, 1982, bearing the artist's name in pencil and the inscription 'PP 1/3', a proof aside from the numbered edition of 200, on Lenox Museum Board, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Friends of Tom Hayden, Santa Monica, framed

sheet: 978 by 814 mm 38½ by 32 in

framed: 990 by 824 mm  39 by 32 3/8 in

Condition Report

Vertical striations in the hair likely inherent to printing. The blue background with numerous abrasions and scratches and printing imperfections at upper left. Two small creases in the neck at lower right and the verso with a few pale fox marks and traces of surface soiling.


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