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Lot 41

Think (Flag), 1967

Screenprint
Doyle
Estimated value: $600–$800
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About the work
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Sheet: 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches; 527 x 654 mm.

published by the Artists' Poster Committee of Art …

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Sheet: 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches; 527 x 654 mm.

published by the Artists' Poster Committee of Art Worker's Coalition, the full sheet, framed.

Signature
Dated and inscribed Artist's Proof in pencil, signed from Artists and Writers Protest Against the War in Vietnam 1967
William Nelson Copley
American, 1919–1996
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Forging an unprecedented and unlikely link between the European Surrealist and American Pop Art

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Forging an unprecedented and unlikely link between the European Surrealist and American Pop Art movements, William N. Copley painted sweetly humorous, softly pornographic vignettes. His works are Surrealist in their unbridled expressions of sexual desire—he painted couples making love, men and women fantasizing about …

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About the work
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Doyle

Sheet: 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches; 527 x 654 mm.

published by the Artists' Poster Committee of Art …

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Sheet: 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches; 527 x 654 mm.

published by the Artists' Poster Committee of Art Worker's Coalition, the full sheet, framed.

Signature
Dated and inscribed Artist's Proof in pencil, signed from Artists and Writers Protest Against the War in Vietnam 1967
William Nelson Copley
American, 1919–1996
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Forging an unprecedented and unlikely link between the European Surrealist and American Pop Art

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Forging an unprecedented and unlikely link between the European Surrealist and American Pop Art movements, William N. Copley painted sweetly humorous, softly pornographic vignettes. His works are Surrealist in their unbridled expressions of sexual desire—he painted couples making love, men and women fantasizing about …

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Lot 41

Think (Flag), 1967

Screenprint
Doyle
Estimated value: $600–$800
This work has a buyer's premium.
Starting bid
$300
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07d  21h  20m  31s
Live Oct 22, 2:00pm
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