1 October 2008
Electric Chair (F. & S. II.75)
screenprint in colours, 1971, from the set of ten, on thick wove paper, signed and dated in ballpoint pen, stamp numbered 212/250 (there were also fifty numbered in Roman numerals), published by B. Bischofberger, Zürich, with the artist's copyright stamp verso, printed to the edges of the full sheet (as published), a small nick at the upper sheet edge, the tip of the lower right sheet corner very slightly creased, generally in very good condition
L., S. 902 x 1217 mm.
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