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Untitled Abstract, 1972

Print

Color lithograph on paper

15.00 x 22.00 in

38.1 x 55.9 cm

Edition of 30

Signed by the artist lower right.

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    About Sam Francis

    From The Magazine

    • Provenance: From the estate of a former director of the Carnegie Museum of Art.

      Created especially for the Fresh Air School exhibit, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh (now known as the Carnegie Museum of Art). Also includes the accompanying section with text and small black and white images from the show. Printed by Maeght, Paris.

      In nearly fine condition, bright, bold colors, with fold down center as originally issued.

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