28 March 2007
Electric Chair (F. & S. II 75)
screenprint in colours, 1971, from the set of ten, on wove, signed and dated in ball-point pen on the reverse and stamp-numbered 139/250 (there were also fifty artist's proofs), published by B. Bischofsberger, Zürich, with his stamp on the reverse, printed to the sheet edges, the full sheet as published, one or two very unobtrusive soft creases, minor creasing at the sheet corners and along the upper sheet edge, a faint mark towards the right sheet edge, generally in good condition
S. 900 x 1215 mm.
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