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Alex Katz, Dog at Duck Trap

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Alex Katz, Dog at Duck Trap

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Artist:

Alex Katz

Format:

serigraph

Dimensions:

33" x 43"

Care:

Do not hang in direct sunlight.

Please note:

This work is unframed.

Why We Love This

This original unsigned serigraph poster was created for an exhibition at the Skowhegan School for Visual Arts. Alex Katz, who was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1927, is best known for his figurative paintings and his association with the Pop Art movement. This poster is in mint condition.

Why We Love This

This original unsigned serigraph poster was created for an exhibition at the Skowhegan School for Visual Arts. Alex Katz, who was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1927, is best known for his figurative paintings and his association with the Pop Art movement. This poster is in mint condition.

About Rare Posters

Rare Posters, Inc. has one of the top collections of fine art museum and exhibition posters and prints in the business. Gathered with the discerning eye of owner Bernard Rougerie, its impressive selection of lithographs, limited-edition prints, and high-quality serigraphs offer the perfect choice when you're seeking something more than a poster--something with all the evocative powers of an original work of art.