Portfolio - Hommage A Picasso

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Artwork: Portfolio - Hommage A Picasso
Size: most sheets: approx. 75.3 x 56.5; the largest sheet: 104 x 70; the planchest overall: 64.5 x 86.3 x 38.1 cm
Edition Size: 90
Medium: The complete portfolio, comprising 69 prints in six volumes, including lithographs, etchings, screenprints, and aquatints on various papers and one on mirror-polished steel, with the additional portfolio America's Hommage a Picasso
Creation year: 1973
Category: Prints
Artwork details : Volume 1 – Robert Rauschenberg, Jacques Lipchitz, Joan Miro, Cornielle, Paul Bury, Robert Matta, Fritz Wotruba, Gaicomo Manzu, Eduardo Paolozzi, Gorge Castilo; Volume 2 – Jean Tinguely, Niki de Saint Phalle, Heinz Mack, R. B.Kitaj, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Cy Twombly, Enrico Baj, Nicholas Krushenick, Shusaku Arakawa, Hans Bellmer, Jan Voss; Volume 3 – Eduardo Chillida, Joseph Beuys, Linn Chadwick, Christo, Alan Davie, Pierre Alinchinsky, HAP Grieshaber, André Masson, Jiri Kolar, Frank Stella, Stefan Wewerka; Volume 4 – Roy Lichtenstein, Edouard Pignon, Max Bill, Herve Telemaque, Robert Motherwell, Walasse Ting, Jim Dine, Joe Tilson, Allen Jones, Emil Schuhmacher, Henry Moore; Volume 5 – Pistoletto, Arman, Oyvind Fahlström, Kumi Sugai, Wilfredo Lam, Donald Judd, Renato Guttuso, Hans Hartung, Alfred Hrdlicka, Bernard Schultze, Antoni Tapies, Günther Uecker, Gerhard Altenbourg, Victor Vasarely; AP – Larry Rivers, Allan D’Arcangelo, Robert Indiana, Walter De Maria, James Rosenquist

Sotheby's London

Date: 2017-09-20
Lot Number: 213
Notes: Each portfolio with title page, text, lists of plates and justification, each justification signed and numbered 21/90, the sheets signed and numbered 21/90, some dated or titled, published by Propylaen Verlag, Berlin and Pantheon Press, Rome, contained loose (as issued) in the original six red linen-covered portfolio cases in the red planchest, the Joe Tilson, Allen Jones, and Enrico Raj contained in the original red linen-covered tubes, the Pistoletto and Nicholas Krushenick in the original cardboard, the Andy Warhol and Claes Oldenburg in the larger original red linen-covered portfolio case