Louise Bourgeois. Untitled, no. 7 of 24, from the illustrated book, Hours of the Day. 2006

Louise Bourgeois Untitled, no. 7 of 24, from the illustrated book, Hours of the Day 2006

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No. 7 of 24
The return of the hero
Long time no see

Publication excerpt from Louise Bourgeois, Hours of the Day, New York: Carolina Nitsch Editions and Lison Editions, 2006.
State/variant
Version 1 of 2
Author
Louise Bourgeois
Medium
Digital print
Dimensions
composition (a and b): 10 3/8 x 7" (26.3 x 17.8 cm); page (a and b): 13 x 9" (33 x 22.8 cm)
Publisher
Carolina Nitsch Editions, New York, Lison Editions, New York (Louise Bourgeois)
Printer
Dyenamix, New York
Edition
15
Impresssion
"6/15" lower center of colophon, black ink, unknown hand.
Credit
Gift of the artist
Object number
332.2009.8
Copyright
© The Easton Foundation/VAGA at ARS, NY
Illustrated book
Hours of the Day
Department
Drawings and Prints
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