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Mary Chang
Green Light Go, abstact monotype, abstract

2011

About the Item

Title -Green Light Go Year- 2011 MonoType / Embossment =They are made by drawing on a plate or glass with a substance such as printer"s ink or oil paint. An impression is infused into the work, a unique one of a kind image is created. Charbonnel Ink Archival paper Size- 24 1/2 "h x 17"w Image size- 15" hw x11 1/2 "w Price-$800 \ Master Printer - Brandon Graving / Gravity Press
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