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Apples, Grapes, Lemon on a Table (for BAM)

Contemporary Art

MEDIUM Homemade print using Toshiba and Canon copiers on Arches paper
DATES 1988
DIMENSIONS 14 x 17 in. (35.6 x 43.2 cm)  (show scale)
INSCRIPTIONS blindstamp in lower right
COLLECTIONS Contemporary Art
MUSEUM LOCATION This item is not on view
ACCESSION NUMBER 1990.238.3a-b
EDITION Edition: ?/91
CREDIT LINE Gift of Cheryl and Henry Welt
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CAPTION David Hockney (British, born 1937). Apples, Grapes, Lemon on a Table (for BAM), 1988. Homemade print using Toshiba and Canon copiers on Arches paper, 14 x 17 in. (35.6 x 43.2 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Cheryl and Henry Welt, 1990.238.3a-b. © artist or artist's estate (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 1990.238.3b_PS4.jpg)
IMAGE overall, 1990.238.3b_PS4.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2010
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