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Blonde Kite

Tom Wesselmann
1988
Print
Screenprint
68 x 54 x 0 cm
300
Unavailable For Sale
Blonde Kite by Tom Wesselmann (after). This serigraph in colors on paper, bamboo sticks and rope was created in 1988. Numbered in pencil, from the edition of 300 measuring 26 ¾ x 21 ¼ in. (67 x 54 cm.). (The artist was commissioned to create a large-scale kite on the occasion of the Dragon Exhibition of the Goethe Institute in Osaka as part of a cultural exchange. This kite created by Tom Wesselmann for that purpose was built by the workshop for disabled children ‘Sazanka no le’ in Tkarazuka.)

About The Artist

Tom Wesselmann was an American painter often associated with the Pop Art despite regularly denying his association with the concepts of this movement.Read More