Fox-trot TH-4 Romeo Cry Baby PP 1990
Limited Edition Print : Lithograph on Heavyweight Archival Paper
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Size : 10x7 in | 25x18 cm
Framed : 13.5x10 in | 34x25 cm
Edition : From the PP Edition
🔥1990 Framed Limited Edition Printers Proof Lithograph on Heavy Paper - Inquire - Dont Miss This Steal $$$$$
Plate SignedLower Right
Framed with PlexiglassWood Frame w/ White Mat
Purchased fromPrivate Collector 2022
Provenance / HistoryIt was created during Jerry’s lifetime, and published by DB Artworks. Jerry personally supervised and approved the final proofs before he would allow the printing of this image. Jerry was very exacting and demanded that the colors of his original paintings be faithfully represented before he gave his final approval for these limited edition prints to be published.
Story / Additional InfoThe original from which this lithograph was made was done in colored pencil, ink and crayon. The subject matter in this piece is small things that many children find frightening. Clowns, ghosts, elephants stomping, alligators, and spinning grasping mechanisms. It seems as though the clown and the animals have broken free at last from the ghosts of the past.
Certificate of AuthenticityDB Artworks
Jerry Garcia - United States
ArtBrokerage.com: Artist and musician Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead was a unique artist who both symbolized and transcended his era. In addition to being a rock star, Jerry Garcia was also an industrious and introspective visual artist whose drive to express himself went well beyond playing concerts and making recordings. Jerry Garcia the artist began drawing as a child when recovering from bouts of asthma. Years later, he studied at The California School of Fine Arts, now known as the San Francisco Art Institute, in San Francisco, and continued to paint and draw while focusing on Jerry Garcia's career as a musician. Jerry Garcia created nearly 500 pieces of art between 1985 and 1995 using watercolor, gouache, pencil, ink, airbrush and digital media. During the last few years of his life Jerry had several art shows in different cities in the United States, and sold hundreds of his original works and thousands of lithographs. Jerry Garcia often attended these shows and enjoyed meeting people who shared his interest in the visual arts. Art Brokerage is a major secondary source for original prints and paintings. All paintings must be fully documented before listing. Print and original paintings wanted.