Ed Ruscha Lithograph "Pico, Flower, Figueroa

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Ed Ruscha Lithograph "Pico, Flower, Figueroa

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*Lithograph: speckeled intersection of Pico/Flower
Ed Ruscha,"Pico, Flower, Figueroa," 59/80, 1999, USA
Artist signed, dated and numbered in pencil.
Original etching with aquatint deploying chine-colle on
Gampi (a handmade Japanese paper)
Closed corner ivory enameled metal frame, acid free
backing below floating sheet, and ultra-violet plexi-glass.
Archival assembly and materials selection by Spot Design.
31.5”w 23.75”ht; sheet: 29.75"w 21.75"ht; image: 22.5"w 15.5"ht
*Notes on Ruscha “Pico, Flowere, Figueroa:”
Original etching with aquatint deploying chine-colle on Gampi (a handmade Japanese paper, or Washi, finer than mulberry, hence the moniker king of Washi).
Closed corner ivory enameled metal frame, acid free backing below floating sheet, and ultra-violet plexi-glass. Archival assembly and materials selection by Spot Design.
Classic deadpan Ruscha image with engaging fleck texture borrowed from the graphic rendition of overspray across the flatlands of Los Angeles. That fair city represented here by minimal grid with iconic Los Angeles streets defining intersections translated by the sardonic visual language of Ruscha into something simultaneously immediate and familiar while ultimately non-referential and anonymous.
Naming nothing and emptying a map of topography, Ruscha challenges us to find anything in what we so easily recognize.

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