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Salomón Huerta

(Tiajuana, Mexico, 1965 - )

Untitled, 1998
Lithograph on paper
14 1/4 in. x 15 in. (36.2 cm x 38.1 cm)

Creation Place: North America, American, Los Angeles
Technique: Lithography
Credit Line: Gift of Edward Hamilton and Pat Squires
Accession Number: P2004.21.22

14 1/4" x 15", bleed image, torn and deckle edges.

Record of printing:
2 Bon a Tirer impressions (one for this edition, one for a second state, which was not printed)
2 Printer's proofs
1 Shop proof
1 Archival proof
2 Trial proofs
4 Artist's proofs (signed APA - APD)
20 Edition

All other proofs and impressions were destroyed, and the plates and stone were effaced. This print bears the chop of the printer, and was published by Hamilton Press.

Chop of the printer.

This original, two color lithograph was hand printed from one stone and one plate on Rives BFK paper by Ed Hamilton at Hamilton Press in Venice, California.

Execution: The artist drew directly on a stone, using rubbing crayon and lithographic crayons. The artist also drew on mylar with a pencil. This drawing was used for a transfer to an aluminum plate. The colors were printed as follows: brown, reddish brown.

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