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The Prisoner, for Amnesty International, 1977

Print

Color Offset Lithograph

29.00 x 23.60 in

73.7 x 59.9 cm

Edition of 100

Pencil signed and numbered from the edition of 100 recto.

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    About The Work

    This earlt color offset lithograph by David Hockney is from a series of prints created by 15 artists to focus on Amnesty International's Prisoners of Conscience Year 1977. Works were exhibited in the Washington Place windows of New York University's Grey Art Gallery. 

    About David Hockney

    From The Magazine

    • Catalogue Raisonne Reference: Baggott 56.

    • This work is framed. Frame measurements are 29.25" x 24.00" x 1.00".
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