London, South Kensington
29 November 2007
Green Power (K. 57)
screenprint in colours with metal imprints, 1972, on wove paper, signed and dated in black ink, numbered 237/249 (there were also 36 artist's proofs), published by Gruena Janura AG, Switzerland, with full margins, pale time-staining, darkening at the sheet edges, unobtusive scattered foxing, a tear to the extreme left sheet edge, remains of old tape at the corners on the reverse, otherwise in good condition
L. 770 x 560 mm., S. 835 x 640 mm.
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