12 February 2010
ED RUSCHA (B. 1937)
SIGNED AND DATED 'ED RUSCHA 2003' (LOWER RIGHT)
ACRYLIC ON PAPER
9½ X 13 5/8IN. (24.1 X 34.6CM.)
EXECUTED IN 2003
ACQUIRED DIRECTLY FROM THE ARTIST BY THE PRESENT OWNER.
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