28 April 2009
Cardbird I, from Cardbird Series (Gemini 262)
offset lithograph, screenprint in colors with collage of tape and polyethylene on corrugated cardboard, 1971, signed and dated in ink on the reverse, annotated 'fire extinguisher', numbered 33/75 (there were also 6 artist's proofs), published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, with their inkstamps, the full sheet, four holes where previously bolted to the mount (as issued), a few scratches, minor surface soiling (primarily at the sheet edges), otherwise in good condition
Overall: 45 x 30 in. (1153 x 762 mm.)
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