London, South Kensington
30 June 2004
ALLEN JONES; United Kingdom
LIFE CLASS (Lloyd 48a-g)
1968, Editions Alecto, London and Ars Moderna, Basle, the set of fourteen lithographs in colours, on J. Green, with title-page and justification, each signed and dated in pencil, numbered 1/75 (there were also fifteen artist's proofs), printed to the edges of the full sheets, a little minor surface abrasion to the reverse sheet corners of L. 48c, otherwise in good condition, in a red cloth-covered solander box and slipcase, minor wear to the box corners, the slipcase splitting at the spine, with a few scuff marks, otherwise generally in good condition(portfolio)L., S. 810 x 565mm.
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Each lithograph is contained in separate plastic sleeves, hinged into the portfolio. By turning these sleeves the viewer can rotate the images to create alternative matches.
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