Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
Untitled (Three Eyed Face) Print Keith Haring
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Untitled (Three Eyed Face)

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Official Keith Haring offset lithograph on 250gsm fine art smooth matte paper depicting his famous 'Three Eyed Face' artwork from 1981. Published by King & McGaw and authorized by the Keith Haring Estate. Signed in the plate bottom right with licensing details on bottom edge.

Dimensions: 31.5 x 24 Inches / 80 x 60 cm

Medium: Offset Lithograph on 250gsm smooth matte fine art paper.

Provenance: Authorized by the Keith Haring Estate and signed in the plate (bottom right). Licensing details on bottom edge. Comes with gallery certificate of authenticity.

Edition: Limited Edition of 2000

Year: 1981 (artwork), 2000 (published)

Condition: Excellent 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Keith Haring rose to prominence in 1980s New York within the East Village art scene alongside Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf, and Jenny Holzer. He bridged the gap between the art world and the street, graffiting city subways and sidewalks before committing to a studio practice. Haring united the appeal of cartoons with the raw energy of Art Brut artists such as Jean DuBuffet as he developed a distinct pop-graffiti aesthetic that comprised energetic, boldly outlined figures against solid or patterned backdrops. His major themes included exploitation, subjugation, drug abuse, and the threat of nuclear holocaust; Haring boldly engaged with social issues, especially after receiving an AIDS diagnosis in 1987. Today, his work sells for seven figures at auction and has been the subject of solo shows at the Brooklyn Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Albertina Museum in Vienna, among other institutions.