Print
Published in 1969
Format: 760 mm x 560 mm
Image: 670 mm x 425 mm

Silk screen in 10 colours with metal embossings in 7 colours


After 677 DIE SONNE VON CALABRIEN, mixed media, 1968
Printed by: Studio Quattro, Campalto-Venice, 1969; metal embossings by Giorgio Verrati, Venice-Mestre
Coordinator: Alberto della Vecchia

Edition of 251, signed and numbered A-F/1-251/251; XXVI proofs, signed and numbered I-XXVI/XXVI


6 colour variants, A-F, list on the print:
A 1- 42 GRE MET WIN BRO SPI
B 43- 83 GRE MET WIN GRE SPI
C 84-125 GRE MET WIN BLU SPI
D 125-167 BLU MET WIN BRO SPI
E 168-209 BLU MET WIN GRE SPI
F 210-251 BLU MET WIN BLU SPI
GREEN BLUE BROWN METAL WINDOWS SPIRAL (GRE = green = grün, BLU = blue = blau, MET = metal = Metall, WIN = windows = Fenster, Bro = brown = braun, SPI = spiral = Spirale)


Published by: Felix Landau, Los Angeles, 1969
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