17 October 2006
Richard Prince (b. 1949)
(i) signed twice, numbered and dated 'R. Prince 78 R. Prince 2/10' (on the reverse)
(ii) signed, numbered and dated 'R. Prince 2/10 1978' (on the reverse)
each image: 15¾ x 23¼in. (40 x 58.9cm.)
each sheet: 19 7/8 x 23 7/8in. (50.5 x 60.7cm.)
Executed in 1978, these works are numbers two from editions of ten (2)
Jürgen Becker, Hamburg.
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L. Phillips, Richard Prince, New York 1992 (another from the edition of (ii) illustrated, p. 96).
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