Jim Dine The Picture of Dorian Gray: A working script for the stage from the novel 1968

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Author
Oscar Wilde (Fingal O'Flahertie Wills)
Medium
Illustrated book with thirteen lithographs; photolithographic reproductions after pen and ink drawings annotating text; 6 unbound duplicate lithographs; and 4 unbound etchings (1 with aquatint and 3 with soft ground etching)
Dimensions
page: 17 3/8 x 12 1/4" (44 x 31.1 cm) Prints: various dimensions.
Publisher
Petersburg Press, London
Printer
Atelier Leblanc, Paris, Desjobert, Paris
Edition
3 editions of book (each with different binding): 655: Edition A (with 6 unbound duplicate lithographs): 225 (200 numbered 1-200; 25 A.P.); Edition B (with 4 unbound etchings): 225 (200 numbered 1-200; 25 A.P.); Edition C (with 6 unbound duplicate lithographs and 4 unbound etchings): 115 (100 numbered 1-100; 15 A.P.). Portfolio edition on Japanese vellum: 90 (75 numbered 1-75; 15 A.P.)
Credit
Gift of the artist and Petersburg Press, London
Object number
930.1969.A-B
Copyright
© 2020 Jim Dine / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Department
Drawings and Prints
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