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Keith Haring
Limited Edition Coloring Book (Artist Book of 20 Bound Offset Lithographs), 1985

1986

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Keith Haring Coloring Book (Artist Book of 20 Bound Offset Lithographs), 1985, 1986 Artist Book of 20 staple bound Offset Lithographs Plate signed on cover page; with publisher and artist copyright stamp and text. Limited Edition of 300, Second Edition 12 × 12 inches Published by Keith Haring in collaboration with De Harmonie Amsterdam Staple bound This is the rare, limited edition artist's book of 20 lithographs with stapled wraps published by Keith Haring in his lifetime. The coloring book features 20 original black and white offset lithographs of actual Haring drawings. They are the same scale as the original Haring drawings. This is the original lifetime artist book published by Haring himself in collaboration with his European publisher.
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