Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts


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Nevelson, Louise. UNTITLED. Baro 36. Lithograph, 1963. Edition of 20, plus 2 Printer's Proofs, 1 Trial Proof, and 3 Artist's Proofs. Inscribed "Tamarind Impression" (denoting this as one of the Printer's Proofs, signed in pencil, and with the Tamarind blindstamp, and the chop of the printer John Dowell, Jr. below the image, center. Printed on BFK Rives paper. 31 1/2 x 22 inches. In excellent condition. From Baro: "In 1963, Louise Nevelson was offered and accepted a fellowship at Tamarind Lithography Workshop. In a lettle over six weeks she completed twenty-six editions of lithographs, images created by combining hand-drawn elements with printed lace and rags. The prints are black. Occasionally she introduced deep blue and Indian red. The lithographs are signed in pencil in the lower right margin and each impression bears the Tamarind dry stamp and the chop of the printer. Each was executed in an edition of 20 on French BFK Rives paper." 

Inv num: 10709


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