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Diana with Poem

A work made of lithograph in black with blue and red (faded to orange) ballpoint pen additions, traces of graphite, and pinholes on two sheets frosted acetate with cutout holes (top only), taped onto cardboard frame.

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  • A work made of lithograph in black with blue and red (faded to orange) ballpoint pen additions, traces of graphite, and pinholes on two sheets frosted acetate with cutout holes (top only), taped onto cardboard frame.

Date:

1970–74

Artist:

Larry Rivers (American, 1923-2002)
printed by Frank Akers (American, born 1936) and James V. Smith (American)
published by Universal Limited Art Editions (American, founded 1955)

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Larry Rivers

Title

Diana with Poem

Origin

United States

Date

Made 1970–1974

Medium

Lithograph in black with blue and red (faded to orange) ballpoint pen additions, traces of graphite, and pinholes on two sheets frosted acetate with cutout holes (top only), taped onto cardboard frame

Inscriptions

Signed and dated recto lower right, in graphite: “Larry Rivers ’70–‘74”; inscribed lower right, below signature, in graphite: “(arrow) 1 1/2” ”; inscribed upper left, in graphite: “ 3” ”; inscribed in another hand, upper left and lower right, in red ballpoint pen (faded to orange): “FACE ONLY”; blind stamp lower left: “ULAE”

Dimensions

490 × 365 mm (sheet, view); 543 × 687 mm (secondary support)

Credit Line

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

Reference Number

1982.1218b

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