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Richard Prince

Angie Dickenson (Angie from Untitled Portfolio) from the estate of Vera G. List , 1986

Large Color Polaroid (Signed & Numbered) Framed w/Barbara Gladstone & Sotheby's Gallery Labels
30 1/2 × 24 1/2 in
77.5 × 62.2 cm
Edition 5/5
This is part of a limited edition set.
$160,000
Ships from New York, NY, US
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Alpha 137 Gallery
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This work has impressive provenance as it was acquired from a sale of the Estate of Vera G. List, …

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This work has impressive provenance as it was acquired from a sale of the Estate of Vera G. List, the art collector and philanthropist and founder of the legendary Vera G. List print program at Lincoln Center. It bears the original Barbara Gladstone Gallery label on the verso of the frame, as well as the …

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Framed
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered 5/5 on the recto (front). See close up images. Bears Barbara Gladstone Gallery label on the verso of the frame Bears Sotheby's stickers on the very of the frame
Condition details
Fine condition
Certificate of authenticity
Richard Prince
American, b. 1949
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Though the quote “good artists borrow, great artists steal” is traditionally attributed to Pablo …

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Though the quote “good artists borrow, great artists steal” is traditionally attributed to Pablo Picasso, it could well be Richard Prince’s motto. Prince mines mass-media images to redefine concepts of ownership and authorship, a practice he conceived of while working in the tear-sheets department of Time-Life. In his …

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About the work
Exhibition history
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Provenance
Alpha 137 Gallery
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This work has impressive provenance as it was acquired from a sale of the Estate of Vera G. List, …

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This work has impressive provenance as it was acquired from a sale of the Estate of Vera G. List, the art collector and philanthropist and founder of the legendary Vera G. List print program at Lincoln Center. It bears the original Barbara Gladstone Gallery label on the verso of the frame, as well as the …

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Framed
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered 5/5 on the recto (front). See close up images. Bears Barbara Gladstone Gallery label on the verso of the frame Bears Sotheby's stickers on the very of the frame
Condition details
Fine condition
Certificate of authenticity
Richard Prince
American, b. 1949
Follow

Though the quote “good artists borrow, great artists steal” is traditionally attributed to Pablo …

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Though the quote “good artists borrow, great artists steal” is traditionally attributed to Pablo Picasso, it could well be Richard Prince’s motto. Prince mines mass-media images to redefine concepts of ownership and authorship, a practice he conceived of while working in the tear-sheets department of Time-Life. In his …

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Richard Prince

Angie Dickenson (Angie from Untitled Portfolio) from the estate of Vera G. List , 1986

Large Color Polaroid (Signed & Numbered) Framed w/Barbara Gladstone & Sotheby's Gallery Labels
30 1/2 × 24 1/2 in
77.5 × 62.2 cm
Edition 5/5
This is part of a limited edition set.
$160,000
Ships from New York, NY, US
Free shipping worldwide
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