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2nd State, 1978

Print

Lithography print on paper

23.00 x 39.50 in

58.4 x 100.3 cm

Edition of 78

This work is signed by the artist.

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    About The Work

    Though James Rosenquist experimented with sculpture, he found that painting and prints were the best formats for his collaged imagery. This lithograph uses a singular color to produce three abstracted images—overlaid hook shapes, newsprint and the outline of a pair of aviator sunglasses. A wash of pale orange is splashed in the background, connecting the three elements of this piece. 

    About James Rosenquist

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    • Edition 37 of 78

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