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In the regular edition of the print, the signature is stamped. This extremely rare example has been hand-signed by Warhol. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PRINT HAS TWO DIE CUT HOLES ON THE TOP TO RESEMBLE A LIQUOR STORE INVOICE. THE WHITE SHOWING THROUGH IS PAPER BEHIND THE PRINT.

For the consummate Warhol collector, this early screen print from 1967 was made during a time in which Warhol was contemplating the everyday, the ticket, the receipt, as an art object. Warhol created this work in support of The Paris Review literary journal. One of the New York founders of the Review, George Plimpton, was known for his wild parties at his Upper East Side apartment, blocks away from the liquor store where Warhol made his purchases.

Beginning in 1965, more than 50 artists participated in the creation of works to support The Paris Review. In addition to Warhol, those artists include: William DeKooning, Christo, Jim Dine, Helen Frankenthaler, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Robert Indiana, Elsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist

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Catalogue Raisonné: FS II.18, Feldman & Schellmann
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Provenance:
  • Sotheby's Auction House
  • Pickup Location: Pennsylvania, USA
  • Shipping Dimensions: 37 x 27.13 in. (93.98 x 68.91 cm.)
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