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Untitled, for the Paris Review , 1967

Silkscreen. Pencil signed and annotated. Rare proof. Framed in original frame with Kulicke label verso.
26 × 33 in
66 × 83.8 cm
Edition PP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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About the work
Provenance
Alpha 137 Gallery
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This elusive early Pop Art work by iconic, pioneering female 1960s Pop artist MARISOL is very …

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This elusive early Pop Art work by iconic, pioneering female 1960s Pop artist MARISOL is very rarely found on the marketplace; one reason this amazing print is so scarce is that most are in institutional collections that won't divest! A rare, pencil signed and annotated Printers Proof, aside from the regular …

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Condition
Light overall wave to paper which will frame. Not examined outside of vintage frame but a bright strong impression. Some toning at margins
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Boldly signed and annotated Printers Proof on the recto (front); bears the printer's distinctive blind stamp. … Read more
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Frame
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Publisher
Paris Review, publisher; Chiron Press, printer
Marisol
Venezuelan, 1930–2016
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Best known for her elegant, eclectic, and poignant yet edgy figurative sculptures, Marisol (born …

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Best known for her elegant, eclectic, and poignant yet edgy figurative sculptures, Marisol (born Maria Sol Escobar) makes art across styles and media. Her output encompasses woodcarving and sculptural assemblages, cast metal pieces, ceramics, and works on paper. Marisol, who is influenced by artists such as Willem de …

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Marisol Escobar
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About the work
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Alpha 137 Gallery
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This elusive early Pop Art work by iconic, pioneering female 1960s Pop artist MARISOL is very …

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This elusive early Pop Art work by iconic, pioneering female 1960s Pop artist MARISOL is very rarely found on the marketplace; one reason this amazing print is so scarce is that most are in institutional collections that won't divest! A rare, pencil signed and annotated Printers Proof, aside from the regular …

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Condition
Light overall wave to paper which will frame. Not examined outside of vintage frame but a bright strong impression. Some toning at margins
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Boldly signed and annotated Printers Proof on the recto (front); bears the printer's distinctive blind stamp. … Read more
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Publisher
Paris Review, publisher; Chiron Press, printer
Marisol
Venezuelan, 1930–2016
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Best known for her elegant, eclectic, and poignant yet edgy figurative sculptures, Marisol (born …

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Best known for her elegant, eclectic, and poignant yet edgy figurative sculptures, Marisol (born Maria Sol Escobar) makes art across styles and media. Her output encompasses woodcarving and sculptural assemblages, cast metal pieces, ceramics, and works on paper. Marisol, who is influenced by artists such as Willem de …

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Marisol Escobar
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Untitled, for the Paris Review , 1967

Silkscreen. Pencil signed and annotated. Rare proof. Framed in original frame with Kulicke label verso.
26 × 33 in
66 × 83.8 cm
Edition PP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
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