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Tom Wesselmann

Open Ended Edition #109

Tom Wesselmann

Tom Wesselmann

Open Ended Edition #109

Open Ended Edition #109

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Tom Wesselmann

1931 - 2004

Open Ended Edition #109


signed Wesselmann, dated 80, and numbered #109 (lower left)

Liquitex and graphite on paperboard

3¾ by 9 in.

9.5 by 22.9 cm.

Executed in 1980.

This work is in very good condition overall. The paperboard is hinged at the reverse to the backing board. There is faint handling wear to the extreme edges and corners of the paperboard visible upon close inspection. Framed under Plexiglas.


Framed dimensions: 9¾ by 14⅝ in. (24.8 by 37.3 cm.)


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Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

Private Collection (acquired from the above)

Sotheby's New York, 7 May 1992, Lot 314

Acquired at the above sale by the present owner

“I don’t depict nudes from any sociological, cultural, or emotional intentions. My one intention is to always find new ways to make exciting paintings using the situation of the traditional nude.” — Tom Wesselmann