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Saul Steinberg, Annuit Coeptis with Abraham Lincoln, Lithograph, 1966 (Signed, Numbered)

Saul Steinberg
$1,600.00

SAUL STEINBERG, American, 1914-1999

 

Hand Signed and numbered from the edition of 225; bears printers distinctive blind stamp on the recto (front)

Printer: Irwin Hollander Publisher: Tanglewood Press

This terrific Steinberg lithograph, titled "Annuit Coeptis", which is one of the mottos of the Great Seal of the United States. Depicted also in this telling 1960s work is Abraham Lincoln.

It has excellent provenance, as it came directly from the original legendary New York International portfolio published by Tanglewood Press in 1966, which featured prints by nine other international artists including Arman, Mary Bauermeister, Öyvind Fahlström, John Goodyear, Charles Hinman, Allen Jones, Robert Motherwell, Ad Reinhardt - as well as Saul Steinberg. Steinberg's print from this portfolio is in the permanent collection of major institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum. We have the original portfolio box, as well as the colophon page as provenance: this is the first time in 45 years that the silkscreen has been separated from the portfolio.

 

Style: Pop Art (ca. 1950s-1960s) 
Period: 1960's 
Medium: Prints, Lithograph
Year: 1966 
Size: height - 17 in, width - 22 in, Markings: signed, lower right recto; numbered lower left recto 
Edition: 225 
Publisher: Tanglewood Press, Printer: Knickerbocker Machine and Foundry, Inc.

Excellent condition; never framed.

 

Provenance: This print came directly from the legendary New York International portfolio published by Tanglewood Press in 1966, which featured prints by nine other international artists including Arman, Mary Bauermeister, Öyvind Fahlström, John Goodyear, Charles Hinman, Allen Jones, Robert Motherwell, Ad Reinhardt, and Steinberg. Steinberg's print from this portfolio is in the permanent collection of major institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum. This is the first time in 45 years that the print has been separated from the portfolio. It was stored in the original portfolio box with the colophon page as provenance.

 

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SAUL STEINBERG, American, 1914-1999

 

Hand Signed and numbered from the edition of 225; bears printers distinctive blind stamp on the recto (front)

Printer: Irwin Hollander Publisher: Tanglewood Press

This terrific Steinberg lithograph, titled "Annuit Coeptis", which is one of the mottos of the Great Seal of the United States. Depicted also in this telling 1960s work is Abraham Lincoln.

It has excellent provenance, as it came directly from the original legendary New York International portfolio published by Tanglewood Press in 1966, which featured prints by nine other international artists including Arman, Mary Bauermeister, Öyvind Fahlström, John Goodyear, Charles Hinman, Allen Jones, Robert Motherwell, Ad Reinhardt - as well as Saul Steinberg. Steinberg's print from this portfolio is in the permanent collection of major institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum. We have the original portfolio box, as well as the colophon page as provenance: this is the first time in 45 years that the silkscreen has been separated from the portfolio.

 

Style: Pop Art (ca. 1950s-1960s) 
Period: 1960's 
Medium: Prints, Lithograph
Year: 1966 
Size: height - 17 in, width - 22 in, Markings: signed, lower right recto; numbered lower left recto 
Edition: 225 
Publisher: Tanglewood Press, Printer: Knickerbocker Machine and Foundry, Inc.

Excellent condition; never framed.

 

Provenance: This print came directly from the legendary New York International portfolio published by Tanglewood Press in 1966, which featured prints by nine other international artists including Arman, Mary Bauermeister, Öyvind Fahlström, John Goodyear, Charles Hinman, Allen Jones, Robert Motherwell, Ad Reinhardt, and Steinberg. Steinberg's print from this portfolio is in the permanent collection of major institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum. This is the first time in 45 years that the print has been separated from the portfolio. It was stored in the original portfolio box with the colophon page as provenance.

 

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Weight: 2.00 LBS
Width: 22.00
Height: 17.00
Shipping: $80.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)