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Once More Paul Revere I

A work made of collage of transparent purple acetate and color lithograph with white colored pencil, black, red, blue, and orange crayon, and semi-transparent florescent pink paint on white wove paper, cutout and laid down on clear plastic, with metallic silver card, taped to opaque pink acetate.

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  • A work made of collage of transparent purple acetate and color lithograph with white colored pencil, black, red, blue, and orange crayon, and semi-transparent florescent pink paint on white wove paper, cutout and laid down on clear plastic, with metallic silver card, taped to opaque pink acetate.

Date:

1967–69

Artist:

Larry Rivers (American, 1923–2002)
printed by Fred Genis (Australian, born Netherlands, 1934)
published by Universal Limited Art Editions (American, founded 1955)

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Larry Rivers

Title

Once More Paul Revere I

Place

United States (Object made in)

Date

1967–1969

Medium

Collage of transparent purple acetate and color lithograph with white colored pencil, black, red, blue, and orange crayon, and semi-transparent florescent pink paint on white wove paper, cutout and laid down on clear plastic, with metallic silver card, taped to opaque pink acetate

Inscriptions

Signed and inscribed recto lower right, in graphite: "L.R. 12/12/76”; inscribed in another hand, verso lower left, in black crayon: “25”; blind stamp recto lower left of purple acetate: “ULAE”; lower right corner of pink acetate: “ULAE”

Dimensions

690 × 1005 mm

Credit Line

U.L.A.E. Collection acquired through a challenge grant of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dittmer; purchased with funds provided by supporters of the Department of Prints and Drawings; Centennial Endowment; Margaret Fisher Endowment Fund

Reference Number

1982.922p

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