Allan D'Arcangelo "Paris Review" signed numbered serigraph
Medium: original serigraph. Signed and numbered in pencil 82/150. Executed in 1965 for the Paris Review (catalogue reference: Burchfield 2). The image size is 29 x 25 inches and the full sheet size is 40 x 26 inches. An iconic example of 1960's Pop Art.
Condition: there is some wear around the edges of the sheet.
In 1965 the leading Pop and Abstract artists of the era were commissioned by the Paris Review to contribute original prints. These silkscreens were published in small signed/numbered editions (of 150) and today are quite rare. Artists participating in the project included Motherwell, Warhol, Lichtenstein, Indiana, Dine, Oldenburg, Rauschenberg, D'Arcangelo, Anuszkiewicz, Frankenthaler, Katz, Kelly, Nevelson, Rosenquist and others.
Allan D'Arcangelo lithograph, 1967
Medium: lithograph. From the "In Memory of My Feelings" portfolio, printed in 1967 on Mohawk Superfine Smooth paper in a limited edition of 2500 and published in New York by The Museum of Modern Art. Not signed.
Allan D'Arcangelo was one of the New York artists invited to contribute original compositions in homage to poet Frank O'Hara (1926-1966) for the "In Memory of My Feelings" project in 1967. Size: 12 x 18 inches (303 x 455 mm). There is a fold in the middle and a Frank O'Hara poem incorporated into the composition.