DAVID HOCKNEY | AN IMAGE OF GREGORY (MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, TOKYO 276)
AN IMAGE OF GREGORY (MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, TOKYO 276)
Lithograph printed in colors in two parts, the first with collage, 1984-85, signed in pencil on the top sheet, dated and numbered 20/75 (total edition includes 18 artist's proofs), from the Moving Focus Series, on handmade paper, with the blindstamp of the printer and publisher, Tyler Graphics Ltd., Mount Kisco, New York, contained in the original artist's frame
overall: 2230 by 1042 mm 87¾ by 41 in
The print is in good condition and the sheets are full. (The frame with some surface soiling and the paint cracking slightly at the seams. Not examined out of frame.)
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