Jean-Michel Basquiat, ‘Wolf Sausage, King Brand, Dog Leg Study and Undiscovered Genius’, 1982-83/2019, Corridor Contemporary
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Wolf Sausage, King Brand, Dog Leg Study and Undiscovered Genius, 1982-83/2019

Portfolio of four hand-pulled limited edition screenprints
22 × 30 in
55.9 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 50
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Tel-Aviv, Philadelphia
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Corridor Contemporary
Tel-Aviv, Philadelphia

Each print is accompanied with a card by the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat also signed by Lisane …

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Each print bares the signature of Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux, Co-Administrators of the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
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Jean-Michel Basquiat
American, 1960–1988
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A poet, musician, and graffiti prodigy in late-1970s New York, Jean-Michel Basquiat had honed his signature painting style of obsessive scribbling, elusive symbols and diagrams, and mask-and-skull imagery by the time he was 20. “I don’t think about art while I work,” he once said. “I think about life.” Basquiat drew his subjects from his own Caribbean heritage—his father was Haitian and his mother of Puerto Rican descent—and a convergence of African-American, African, and Aztec cultural histories with Classical themes and contemporary heroes like athletes and musicians. Often associated with Neo-expressionism, Basquiat received massive acclaim in only a few short years, showing alongside artists like Julian Schnabel, David Salle, and Francesco Clemente. In 1983, he met Andy Warhol, who would come to be a mentor and idol. The two collaborated on a series of paintings before Warhol’s death in 1987, followed by Basquiat’s own untimely passing a year later.

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Corridor Contemporary
Tel-Aviv, Philadelphia

Each print is accompanied with a card by the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat also signed by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux.

Medium
Print
Condition
New Mint condition
Signature
Each print bares the signature of Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux, Co-Administrators of the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Jean-Michel Basquiat
American, 1960–1988
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A poet, musician, and graffiti prodigy in late-1970s New York, Jean-Michel Basquiat had honed his signature painting style of obsessive scribbling, elusive symbols and diagrams, and mask-and-skull imagery by the time he was 20. “I don’t think about art while I work,” he once said. “I think about life.” Basquiat drew his subjects from his own Caribbean heritage—his father was Haitian and his mother of Puerto Rican descent—and a convergence of African-American, African, and Aztec cultural histories with Classical themes and contemporary heroes like athletes and musicians. Often associated with Neo-expressionism, Basquiat received massive acclaim in only a few short years, showing alongside artists like Julian Schnabel, David Salle, and Francesco Clemente. In 1983, he met Andy Warhol, who would come to be a mentor and idol. The two collaborated on a series of paintings before Warhol’s death in 1987, followed by Basquiat’s own untimely passing a year later.

Wolf Sausage, King Brand, Dog Leg Study and Undiscovered Genius, 1982-83/2019

Portfolio of four hand-pulled limited edition screenprints
22 × 30 in
55.9 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 50
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
Location
Tel-Aviv, Philadelphia
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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