"Blewy I" by Red Grooms, Offset Silkscreen, 1971
Known for his humorous outlook, American artist Red Grooms takes Manhattan and turns it into a chaotic flight of fancy. Caught in a downpour, this psychedelic depiction of a city street has a jumble of stereotypical New York imagery: yellow cabs, a hot dog cart, people rushing to and fro. However, gravity appears to have gone away with the nice weather. This offset silkscreen was made in 1971, edition: 150, signed and numbered in pencil. It is offered in a silver frame with a wide, white mat.
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 19 in | WIDTH: 25 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 14 in | WIDTH: 18 in
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