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David Hockney Color Lithograph Pencil Signed ed100
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Lot 1123 Details
Large Original David Hockney Bora Bora Color Lithograph. Lithograph in colors, on Arches 88 paper, 1979, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 7/100 (there were also 30 artist's proofs), published by Tyler Graphics, Ltd., Mount Kisco, New York, 1980, with their blindstamp. Also comes with Gumps San Francisco California original exhibition label. 34x48 Inch Sheet Framed. Reference Literature: David Hockney Prints 1954-1995. Tokyo: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1996. #213 per LiveAuctioneers sale listing by LA Modern Auctions May 17, 2015 from another example of this edition that sold for $14,080USD including buyers premium. Frame Size: 37x39x1.5 inches. Provenance: Acquired from a major local contemporary art collection of a local retired medical professional who traveled extensively throughout his career buying from major galleries. We previously had sold works he had acquired at Wally Findlay Galleries and later this year we will be offering additional artwork he acquired from a major international city. Also comes with Gumps San Francisco California original exhibition label. We Guarantee Authenticity.Shipping cost is not included. This item is too large or heavy for us to ship. The item must be picked up at our location by the buyer or buyer's authorized agent. All arrangements for shipping, including preparation, packaging and loading are the responsibility of the buyer. This item may be shipped via UPS by our local UPS Store that picks up at our freight door. They charge for packing and shipping and will bill you separately. You can contact them at (727) 826-6075.
Displays toning and darker and uneven toning at edges, some foxing present, frame displays some minor wear and scuffs, mitered corners are splitting, glass is acrylic, a few small holes in backing paper, not examined out of frame