18 September 2019
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
In the bottom of my garden
21 offset lithographs including the cover, with extensive hand-colouring in watercolour, circa 1956, on wove paper, with two impressions of F.IV.95 & 98 each, lacking F.IV.90 & 101, signed in pencil on the front flyleaf, published by the artist, the full sheets, the colours very fresh, a few sheets with some pale foxing, otherwise in very good condition, bound (as issued), within the original paper-covered boards, an abrasion and some staining and wear to the covers (book)
220 x 285 mm. (overall)
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Feldman & Schellmann IV.86-89, 91-105
As this copy is in its original binding, it can be assumed that the omission of two plates and the inclusion of two duplicate impressions occurred at the time of compilation.
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