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ANDY WARHOL | JOHN WAYNE (SEE FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.377)

Estimate:

25,000 - 35,000 USD

ANDY WARHOL | JOHN WAYNE (SEE FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.377)

ANDY WARHOL | JOHN WAYNE (SEE FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.377)

Estimate:

25,000 - 35,000 USD

Lot sold:

40,000

USD

ANDY WARHOL

1928 - 1987

JOHN WAYNE (SEE FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.377)


Screenprint in a unique color combination, 1986, bearing a spurious signature in pencil and the following notation in another hand 'Unique TP', a trial proof aside from the numbered edition of 250 plus 50 artist's proofs, from Cowboys and Indians, on Lenox Museum Board, with the blindstamp of the printer, Rupert Jasen Smith, New York, published by Gaultney, Klineman Art, Inc., New York, framed

sheet: 912 by 913 mm 35⅞ by 36 in

The print is in good condition, the full sheet. (A few inconspicuous scuffs and a tiny surface imperfection in the lower sheet edge. The verso with a very pale spot of staining.)


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