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Claes Oldenburg Eraser 1970 Pop Art Lithograph Print

Artist: Claes Oldenburg

Title: “Eraser”

Limited Edition:  143/250

Print Date:  1970

Original purchase receipt included.  One owner. 

Acquisition:  Through the Santa Barbara Museum of Art on August 27, 1976  

Image Size: 28.75″ tall x 19.75″ wide

Framing:  Silver metal frame with plexiglass cover.

Medium: Lithograph offset print

Condition:  There two small areas with slight dents on print. One is to the left of eraser and the other is on the top center edge. Metal frame has many scratches. Plexigass cover in good shape.

Photos:  More photos available upon request.


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Claes Oldenburg Eraser 1970 Pop Art Lithograph Print

This limited edition print is by pop artist Claes Oldenburg who was known for creating giant interpretations of otherwise mundane objects.

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