2 Color Lithograph Hand Printed on Grey Rives BFK. Produced by Hamilton Press, California. Edition of 120. Hand Signed and numbered #58/120. Paper is blind stamped.
Dimensions: Paper 23.6 H x 29.9 W in (60 x76 cm), Framed Dimensions: 32.25 H x 41.75 W
Beautifully framed in our signature wide gold leaf Italian frame with Optium Museum Acrylic. Ready to hang.
About Optium Museum Acrylic | Trusted by the world's most renowned museums, this state-of-the-art glazing boasts a virtually invisible anti-reflective coating allowing viewers to see the finest details in crystal clear color neutrality, while its UV-filtering, abrasion resistant acrylic, and anti-static coating offer uncompromising protection and preservation. It virtually eliminates reflections, blocks up to 99% of UV rays. Optimal light transmission protects and brightens colors and has anti-static protection that immediately dissipates static. Durable hard coat protects against scratches and its shatter resistance safeguards against injury and damage to artwork.
About Ed Ruscha | American, b. 1937 | Ed Ruscha’s expansive oeuvre defies easy categorization, though it’s all infused with a kind of deadpan California cool. Since the 1960s, Ruscha has made photographic books, tongue-in-cheek photo collages, paintings, and drawings that demonstrate a keen interest in language and the idiosyncrasies of life in Los Angeles, where the artist has lived since the 1950s. In his most famous works, he places words and phrases from the colloquial and consumerist vernacular atop photographic images or fields of color—a strategy that situates him within a larger Pop art lineage. Ruscha often paints and draws with unusual materials such as gunpowder, blood, and Pepto Bismol, drawing attention to the deterioration of language and the pervasive clichés in American culture. Ruscha’s work has been exhibited across the globe, and the artist has enjoyed solo shows at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Moderna Museet, in addition to the Venice Biennale, where he represented the United States in 2005. At auction, his work has sold for eight figures.~ from Artsy.net
23.6 × 29.9 in, Framed Dimensions: 32.25 H x 41.75 W
Lithograph in two colors on paper.
Overall very good vintage condition. Frame is new.
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