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A lithograph of William Weege . A black and white lithograph of a rider on horseback with a pink dotted biomorphic form exuding from the horse's mouth. William Weege is the artist for the rider on horseback coming out of a forest and the artist for the pink dotted biomorphic form. Roy Lichtenstein's name is at the bottom of this lithograph-poster as he shared the exhibition with William Weege.

Published by Print Club of, Philadelphia (1969)

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From: Richard L. Press, ABAA (Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Print Club of, Philadelphia, 1969. William Weege, the founder of the Tandem Print workshop at the University of Wisconsin, is known for his works of collaboration particularly with Sam Gilliam. See: Warrington Colescott & Athur Hove, Progressive Printmakers: Wisconsin Artists and the Print Renaissance, University of Wisconsin Press, 1999. The dimensions of the print are: 30 1/2 inches long by 20 inches wide. The condition is fine No. 26 of 100 copies signed by William Weege and dated 69. Seller Inventory # 1003321

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