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R.B. KITAJ

United States of America 1932 – 2007

  • Great Britain 1958-1998

KELPRA STUDIO LIMITED

London, England commenced 1946

printer (organisation)

His every poor, defeated, loser's, hopeless move, loser buried (Ed Dorn) [His every poor, defeated, loser's, hopeless move, loser, buried: from "Mahler becomes politics, Beisbol". Ed. 70.] (1966) Description: from set of 15 prints, 1 title page, 1 frontispiece,based on the music of Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)

Collection Title: no. 11 from "Mahler becomes Politics, Beisbol"
Materials & Technique: prints, stencil, collage 9 colour screenprint, photo-screenprint, collage Support: on Cereal St George's cover paper
Impression: AP
Edition: Edition of 70 unless otherwise indicated; within the set there are 5 -7 APs, some PPs and HCs; 1-30 published with the book of poems by Jonathan Williams signed, numbered on lithographed title page by the author; deluxe portfolio set of PPs dedicated 'to Chris', signed by the artist and the author.
Place Published: Malborough Fine Art Ltd, London

Edition Notes: printed Kelpra Studio, London
Primary Insc: pencil I.r beneath matrix "Kitaj AP" Stamped verso "K"
Tertiary Insc: pencil, verso, beneath on next line "6669" pencil verso, u.r. "18 [15]"
Dimensions: comp 76.6 h x 50.4 w cm sheet 76.6 h x 50.4 w cm
Cat Raisonné: Kinsman(1994),23
Acknowledgement: Purchased 1980
Accession No: NGA 80.2062.13
Image rights: © R.B. Kitaj (courtesy Marlborough Fine Art)