22 July 2009
LARRY RIVERS (1923-2002)
Living at the Movies
lithograph in colors, 1974, on Rives BFK, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 14/175, published by Marlborough Graphics, New York, with margins (slightly trimmed at the lower sheet edge), pale light-staining, occasional soft scuffs, handling creases in the lower margins, a 8¾-in. tear in the right margin, taped to the overmat at the reverse of the upper sheet edge, framed
L. 21½ x 26¼ in. (546 x 666 mm.)
S. 24½ x 35 in. (622 x 889 mm.)
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