30 - 31 October 2007
Martha Graham (F. & S. 387-9)
the complete set of three screenprints in colors, 1986, on Lenox Museum Board, all signed in pencil on the reverse, all numbered 24/100 (there were also 25 artist's proofs in Roman numerals), published by the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, Inc., New York, the full sheets, all with hinge and glue remains at the reverse of the corners and the central upper edge (with associated skinning), creases in places at the extreme edges (a few with minor losses), all with soiling and slight foxing on the reverse (stronger on F. & S. 389), (F. & S. 388-9) with slight rubbing at the extreme edges (with occasional ink losses), moisture staining in places on the reverse (slightly showing through), (F. & S. 388) with minute bubbling of the black inks at the edges (with minor associated losses), a pinpoint spot of stray purple ink at lower left in the blacks, (F. & S. 389) with three lines of printing imperfections in the pale purple at lower left, otherwise all in good condition, all framed
all S. 36 x 36 in. (914 x 914 mm.) (3)
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Including: Satyric Festival Song (F. & S. 387); Lamentation (F. & S. 388); and Letter to the World (The Kick) (F. & S. 389).
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