1 - 2 May 2007
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the complete set of ten screenprints in colors, 1985, on Lenox Museum Board, all signed in pencil, all numbered 90/190 (there were also 30 artist's proofs for all), all with the Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc. blindstamp, New York, all the full sheets, minor surface soiling, (F. & S. 352) with old hinge remains in places at the reverse of the sheet edges, (F. & S. 354 and 356) with soft rubbing in the blacks, (F. & S. 358) with soft rubbing in the purples, otherwise all in very good condition, original cardboard packing box (minor wear and old packing tape). 1060 x 1060 mm.
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Specialist Murray Macaulay discusses Picasso’s seven decades of printmaking and why the market is growing so fast
From his love of textiles to his mastery of colour, illustrated with works previously sold at Christie’s, and more offered in November
A selection of artists whose reputations and markets are on the rise — featuring works offered in our Frieze Week auctions on 4 and 5 October
From craquelure to patina, watermarks to brushstrokes… Our specialists on what they’re looking for when someone brings a work of art into Christie’s
The story of the writer’s long association with the Ritz in Paris, and the watch he was given by the hotel’s owner
Super desirable ‘Artist Series’ skateboards, objects and accessories that showcase how the New York skate brand has become an ‘alt-design museum’