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Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997) - Prints & Drawings

Roy Lichtenstein Illustration for Passage du Nord-Ouest

Illustration for “Passage du Nord-Ouest” 

etching and aquatint, 1992, on 250-gram Velin d’ Arches paper,  in 1 colour, in 1 run, from 1 plate: 1 black, signed and dated by the artist in pencil

Published by: Les Editions du Solstice, Paris, France

Printed by : Atelier Dupont-Visat, L’Editeur, Paris, France/

Collaborated with Albert Dupont.

Edition: 80 plus 45 HC numbered in Roman numerals. 

There was also an edition of 42 copies on Japon nacre paper.

Size:  352 x 480 mms (Sheet size) ; 279 x 375 mms (Plate size)

Reference: Mary Lee Corlett: “The prints of Roy Lichtenstein, A catalogue raisonne  1948 - 1993” Number 273 (page 247)

Note:  This is the seventh print from a suite entitled “La Nouvelle Chute de l’Amerique” (The new fall of America) which took the form of an unbound book. The edition consisted of suites coming from the book which were initiated and those made separately in Suites (which our example is) which were signed by the artist (the latter being more desirable). 

 

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Original Screenprint on Arches paper, 1976,  in Light blue, yellow, blue and black. Numbered, signed and dated in pencil lower right.

Published by: Jerusalem Museum, Israel & Castelli Graphics and Multiples, New York

Printed by : Burton Graphics Centre, Jerusalem in collaboration with A Kilernick

Edition:  From the signed and numbered edition of 100 proofs.

Size:  105.6 x 75.4 cms (Sheet size) 100.7 x 70.9 cms(image size)

Reference: Mary Lee Corlett: “The prints of Roy Lichtenstein, A catalogue raisonne  1948 - 1993” Number 149 (page 149)

PCN-7 (May - June 1974)

Note:  This print was produced to benefit the Jerusalem Museum.