R.B.Kitaj ‘His every poor, defeated, loser’s hopeless move, loser buried (Ed Dorn)’ 1966, Colour Screenprint



R.B.Kitaj  colour screenprint, signed in pencil, outside edition size. Printed onCereal St.Georges’s cover paper, tan coloured, with a glued collaged element which is now detaching. Printed by Kelpra Studio, published by Marlborough Fine Art, 1966. The sheet has very minor handing folds, else very good.

Size 76.5×50.5 cm (30⅛×19⅞ inches)


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Reference: Kitaj Prints. A Catalogue Raisonné by Ramkalawon 46; Kinsman 23 (xi)

 The plate was made for the portfolio ‘Mahler Becomes Politics, Beisbol ‘ published by Marlborough in 1966. The set of 15 prints. 1 title page, 1 frontispiece. The edition size was 70 plus 5-7 APs (Artists Proofs), some PPs and HCs’. 1-30 published with the book of poems by Jonathan Williams: signed, numbered on lithographed title page by the author: deluxe portfolio set of PP’s dedicated ‘To Chris’ (Prater) signed by the artist and the author. Prints contained within a yellow case made by F & J Randall, London. Published by Marlborough Fine Art Ltd., London 1967.

Ramkalawon also states that there is an artists proof. Signed and incribed ‘AP’ in pencil.

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