BETTINA RHEIMS | SHARON STONE IV, LOS ANGELES, JULY 1991
SHARON STONE IV, LOS ANGELES, JULY 1991
Silver print, printed 1996. Signed, titled, dated, numbered 2/15 and annotated in pencil on the verso. Matted and framed.
image: 55 by 36.4cm., 21½ by 14¼in.
framed: 81.2 by 62cm., 32 by 24½in.
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This print is overall good condition. With some handling marks and creases throughout the work, mostly only visible under raking light. Some areas of turning, predominantly on the right side of the image and a few foxing spots on the lower right margin. Some undulation to the lower right corner of image and margin, probably due to water damage, mostly only visible unframed. Hinge-mounted to board with tape at two points along top margin verso, only visible unframed. Framed.
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Private collection, UK