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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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Regarded as a key figure in the development of Pop Art, James Rosenquist (American, 1933-2017) readily used commercial aesthetics and popular imagery throughout his work. Beginning as a billboard painter, Rosenquist combined visual advertising techniques and references to mass media to create bold compositions that inherently questioned the tendencies of modern society. His works are held in numerous public collections worldwide, including the Art Gallery of Ontario; the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; the Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt; and the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.