RICHARD PRINCE (1949- ) Painter and photographer, best known as a pioneer of Appropriation Art. Born in the Panama Canal Zone, Prince grew up in Massachusetts and moved to New York in 1977, where he prepared magazine clippings for Time-Life, spurring his interest in advertising and consumer imagery. He began creating works based on various pop culture images taken from magazines and newspapers, often re-photographing and manipulating the images in his own works. Considered by many the father of Appropriation Art, the majority of his works includes scandalous subject matter and has provoked controversy around issues of copyright in the art world.

Original Limited Edition Offset Lithograph with Collage & Graphite mounted on Inset Board. Board Size: 14" x 14.'' Edition Size: 26 (each lettered A-Z), plus proofs. Signed in pencil. Published by Two Palms. Mint Condition; never framed or matted. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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