Keith Haring (1958-1990)Marking(s); notes:
signed; 1983Country of origin; materials:
American; marker on paperDimensions (H, W, D):
11.75"h, 8"w; 18.5"h, 15.25"w frameAdditional Information:
Drawing is one of several the artist did as flyer samples for his June 5th, 1983 informal talk at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, in conjunction with an exhibition of his spontaneous sumi ink drawings. From a letter written by the drawing's original owner, "In 1983, I was a student working at a Print Quik store in Hartford, Connecticut. The artist Keith Haring came to the store in April or so in 1983 with several similar examples he had drawn for a poster announcement for a talk he gave at the Wadsworth Atheneum. Haring laid them all out and chose one to print and then gave me one along with a pass for the talk as well as a small pin button of a crawling baby. He took the rest with him." Provenance: Artist | Aaban Meskin, Hartford, Connecticut | Howard Russeck Fine Art, Palm Beach, Florida. A copy of the letter is available. References, direct links available: www.thewadsworth.org (event details) | www.moma.org (another version of flyer).Fall 2021 Auction Series
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very good, a few soft creases, not examined outside frame (condition of art only)All bidders in our auctions should be aware of the following:
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