Untitled (from the Artiste et Ordinateur (Artist and Computer) Portfolio)

Basic Information

Title: Untitled (from the Artiste et Ordinateur (Artist and Computer) Portfolio)
Artist(s): Hervé Huitric Monique Nahas
Date Created: 1979
Edition Info: 75/100 framed / 82/100 unframed
Framed Dimensions: 30.5 x 24.25 in.
Unframed Dimensions: 26 x 19.75 in.
Medium:
Inventory ID: Nahas/Huitric-1979-01 / Ordinateur-1979-06

Description

color photograph after an original unique plotter drawing

image and chine colle paper: 12 x 16″

signed lower right within the image

numbered lower left within the image

Artiste et Ordinateur (Artist and Computer) Portfolio

 

 

 

 

Detail images of the work

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