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Claes Oldenburg Paris Review Multimousse 1965 SIGNED Serigraph on Paper Limited Edition of 150 Framed

Claes Oldenburg Paris Review Multimousse 1965 SIGNED Serigraph on Paper Limited Edition of 150 Framed

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"Paris Review: Multimousse" 1965
Limited Edition Serigraph in Colors on Paper, Edition of 150

Signed by Claes Oldenburg, #37

Framed, with a Charles Scott Gallery Letter of Authenticity

Claes Oldenburg (born January 28, 1929) is a Swedish-born American sculptor, best known for his public art installations typically featuring large replicas of everyday objects. Another theme in his work is soft sculpture versions of everyday objects. Many of his works were made in collaboration with his wife, Coosje van Bruggen, who died in 2009; they had been married for 32 years. Oldenburg lives and works in New York.

This is a rare gorgeous, large Serigraph in colors on paper.
It is #37 out of an edition of 150, 38 x 25 inches (96.5 x 63.5 cm) (sheet).
Signed and numbered in pencil along lower edge.

CONDITION: Very mild light and time staining to the extreme edges. A very few mild indentations to the lower edge. Not examined out of frame. Floated and framed under acrylic. Framed Dimensions 40.25 X 27.25 Inches We will include a Charles Scott Gallery Letter of Authenticity.

PROVENANCE: Purchased via Heritage Auctions, from G.E. Corporate Art Collection. Note: this print is present in the MOMA collection.

Additional information from the web: "This screenprint was printed in two colors on white, very thick and smooth paper. The "poster" edition was published in an unknown number and unsigned. These were printed by Steven Poleskie at Chiron Press, New York. About this piece, Oldenburg is recorded saying: 'I started to work last summer on a poster for the Paris Review which took the form of a mattress, or the corner of a mattress. And this corner of a mattress, I think, led directly to an absorption in the island of Manhattan, which not only looks somewhat like this mattress, but also by the word "Manhattan" suggest mattress. You could think of saying Manhatress for example.'"

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