James Rosenquist. Flame Out For Picasso from Homage to Picasso (Hommage à Picasso). 1973, published 1975

James Rosenquist Flame Out For Picasso from Homage to Picasso (Hommage à Picasso) 1973, published 1975

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Medium
Lithograph from a portfolio of thirty-one lithographs (one with aquatint, one with collotype, one with screenprint), twenty-two screenprints (one with embossing, one with flocking, one with stencil), eleven etchings (five with aquatint, one with aquatint and drypoint, one with aquatint, drypoint, and engraving), three aquatints (one with etching), and two woodcuts
Dimensions
composition (irreg.): 30 1/16 x 20 3/4" (76.4 x 52.7cm); sheet: 29 15/16 x 22 1/2" (76 x 57.1cm)
Publisher
Propyläen-Verlag, Berlin
Printer
The Petersburg Press, London
Edition
30
Credit
Gift of Dorothy Miller (by exchange)
Object number
22.1987.67
Portfolio
Homage to Picasso (Hommage à Picasso)
Department
Drawings and Prints

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