2 April 2008
Eva Mudocci (after Munch) (F. & S. IIIA.59c-e)
unique screenprint in colours, 1984, on Lenox Museum Board, a rare proof of this unpublished subject (a small number of proofs were printed, all in different colour variations), numbered in pencil on the reverse UP 34.80, with a copy of the authentication certificate by the Warhol Foundation, printed almost to the edges of the full sheet, the colours fresh, some minor surface rubbing towards the sheet edges, a tiny spot of surface soiling at lower right, otherwise in very good condition, framed
S. 1016 x 812 mm.
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