This rare poster, featuring the work of Roy Lichtenstein was created to bring global awareness to fight Aparthied. It is one of several posters in a series of artwork donated by other artists to benefit Artists of the World Against Apartheid in co-operation with the UN. Published by Galerie Maeght-Lelong Paris 1983. Lichtenstein's work is represented in MoMA's collection. This poster is in very good vintage condition, mounted in a 0.75" deep black metal frame. Wired for hanging. The poster is unmounted and archivally framed without glue or tape to avoid possible damage to the paper. Framing includes 99.9% UV acrylic glazing to protect from UV damage. Framed with acid-free foamcore backing to secure poster in frame. Poster is in very good vintage condition. Returns not accepted. Extremely limited quantities. Member and other discounts do not apply.
Size35.5h x 23.62w x .75"d
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