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TULIPS from "CULTURE CARRIERS STAMP OUT ART" (SIGNED) from the Collection of Art Critic Anthony Haden-Guest, 1971
Lithograph mounted on franked envelope of wove paper (SIGNED)
6 × 9 in
15.2 × 22.9 cm
Edition of 250
This is an editioned multiple.
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Alpha 137 Gallery
New York, London
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As a consequence of the prolonged strike by the Royal Mail postal workers in the United Kingdom, …

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As a consequence of the prolonged strike by the Royal Mail postal workers in the United Kingdom, David Hockney along with a group of British artists including Allen Jones, Derek Boshier, Christopher Logue, Eduardo Paolozzi and Richard Hamilton, published ''Culture Carriers Stamp Out Art''to raise funds …

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Series
The Post Office Worker's Strike Commemoration Stamps
Signature
Signed in ink by David Hockney on the lower left of the Tulip lithograph "Stamp", affixed to the envelope. The artwork consists not just of the signed, limited edition Hockney postage "stamp", but also the franked envelope, which it is affixed to, with the stamps as described above. The entire mixed media piece is far more desirable than the stamp alone. This lot is also, exceptionally, accompanied by xerox copies of Mr. Haden Guests personal documents from Flair magazine, for whom he assisted in selling these stamps to various collectors.
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About the work
Provenance
Alpha 137 Gallery
New York, London
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As a consequence of the prolonged strike by the Royal Mail postal workers in the United Kingdom, …

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As a consequence of the prolonged strike by the Royal Mail postal workers in the United Kingdom, David Hockney along with a group of British artists including Allen Jones, Derek Boshier, Christopher Logue, Eduardo Paolozzi and Richard Hamilton, published ''Culture Carriers Stamp Out Art''to raise funds …

Read more
Series
The Post Office Worker's Strike Commemoration Stamps
Signature
Signed in ink by David Hockney on the lower left of the Tulip lithograph "Stamp", affixed to the envelope. The artwork consists not just of the signed, limited edition Hockney postage "stamp", but also the franked envelope, which it is affixed to, with the stamps as described above. The entire mixed media piece is far more desirable than the stamp alone. This lot is also, exceptionally, accompanied by xerox copies of Mr. Haden Guests personal documents from Flair magazine, for whom he assisted in selling these stamps to various collectors.
TULIPS from "CULTURE CARRIERS STAMP OUT ART" (SIGNED) from the Collection of Art Critic Anthony Haden-Guest, 1971
Lithograph mounted on franked envelope of wove paper (SIGNED)
6 × 9 in
15.2 × 22.9 cm
Edition of 250
This is an editioned multiple.
Sold
New York, London
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