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Forehead I: From edition of 121
Forehead II: Trial proof outside main edition, 3 TP
Printed by Mourlot, New York
Published by Richard Feigen Graphics, New York
Forehead I: Overall good condition; small fox marks and soft creases in the lower left and upper right corners; faint time-staining at the extreme sheet edges; verso slightly toned and with some off-printing.
Forehead II: Overall good condition; small spots of pale surface soiling along the upper sheet edge; verso with remnants of hinging tape in the upper corners and some faint surface soiling.
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James Rosenquist’s (American, 1933-2017) references to mass-produced goods and to magazines, films and other aspects of the mass media, together with his dispassionate and seemingly anonymous technique, ensured that he was regarded as one of the key figures in the development of Pop art in the United States. In 1948, while still in school, he won a scholarship to study at the Minneapolis School of Art, and from 1952 to 1955 he studied painting at the University of Minnesota. In 1955, he moved to New York to study at the Art Students League on a scholarship. He earned his living as a billboard painter from 1957, and in 1960 he began to apply similar techniques of grossly enlarged and fragmented images to huge paintings.