28 March 2007
Mao (F. & S. II. 98)
screenprint in colours, 1972, from the set of ten, on Beckett High White paper, signed in ball-point pen on the reverse, stamp numbered 190/250 (there were also fifty artist's proofs), published by Castelli Graphics and Multiples, Inc., New York, with the artist's copyright stamp verso, printed to the edges of the full sheet, the face generally in good condition except for some minor paper abrasions and losses in the lips and an unobtrusive surface crack in the chin and another between the nose and the right eye, some surface abrasions and paint losses at the sheet edges, a 5 mm. tear at the lower sheet edge, framed
L., S. 914 x 914 mm.
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