after Jean-Michel Basquiat - Pez Dispenser


Lithograph in colours, 1997, an unsigned work, on Arches paper, Printed below: “Pez Dispenser, 1984 - Acrylic and oil stock on canvas 183 x 122 cms - 72 x 48 inches - Private Collection - copyright The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, New York” to right: “copyright The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat , New York.

Printed by: Unknown

Published by:  Published by the Basquiat Estate Enrico Navarra Gallery, Paris Mitsukoshi Museum of Art, Shinjuku, Japan

Size: 26 4/5 × 21 3/10 in, 68 × 54 cm

Note: This was made after the artists death and was published with the approval of his estate.The Publisher, Enrico Navarra Gallery, was founded in 1989 by Enrico pg Navarra and now run by his son Doriano, is based between Paris and Le Muy. The gallery has always promised works by this artist and held multiple exhibitions of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work around the world, from Taiwan in 1996 to Château La C Pez Dispenseoste in 2019, via Cotonou in 2007, Beijing (2006), Shanghai (2006), Mexico City (2004), Havana (2000), Naples (1999), Venice (1999), Recife (1998), Buenos Aires (1998), Vancouver (1997), Tokyo (1997) and Seoul (1997).

Pez Dispenser is highly symbolic featuring the crown symbol that Basquait often utilised in his work. Basquiat elevated the symbol of the crown to a deep and archetypal status. For him it was a symbol of the class struggle and financial inequality that he documented throughout his life.

Edition: From an edition of unknown size.

Condition: In good condition