Why Me and Why Not Suite of 2 1990
Limited Edition Print : Serigraphs on Acid-free Estate Paper
Size : 22x15 in | 56x38 cm
Framed : 23x16 in | 58x41 cm
Edition : From the Edition of 300
1990 Suite of 2 - Framed Serigraphs - Inquire $$$$$
Estate SignedEach Hand-signed And Numbered By Yoko Ono
Framed with GlassBlack Wood Frames
Purchased fromGallery 1990
Provenance / HistoryEach seriograph is signed and numbered, in pencil by Yoko Ono. Each are blind-embossed with John Lennon's signature, and have the original, red-inked Lennon/Ono Japanese hashmark in the bottom right corner.
Story / Additional InfoCONDITION: EXCELLENT. Estate framed acid-free with space between glass and art. Neither are exposed to direct sunlight. Both receive excellent care, and have been for twenty-six years.
Certificate of AuthenticityBag One, NYC, NY
John Lennon - United Kingdom
Art Brokerage: John Lennon British Artist: b. 1940-1980. Art was actually Lennon's first love. He began drawing long before he had a guitar, then attended the prestigous Liverpool Art Institute for three years (1957-60) before the Beatles became a full-time occupation. He continued to draw throughout his life. Lennon originally created a portfolio of drawings in 1969 which he entitled "Bag One". These drawings depicted John and Yoko's wedding and honeymoon and he presented them to her as a wedding gift. The Bag One suite represents the only hand signed prints available by John Lennon. There are also estate signed editions and plate signed lyrics. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.