Mel Ramos - Dionus

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Category Mel Ramos Tags signed prints

Original Silkscreen print, 2002, in 33 colours, signed by the artist in pencil. To right C Blindstamp (Stamperia Carini)

Size: Image: 70.6 x 44.5 cms ; Paper 85 x 56.5 cms

Published by: Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna

Printed by: Carini S Giovanni Valdarno, Italy

Edition: AP  /50 - Aside from the edition of 199 - There were also 20 Printers Proofs and some unnumbered prints

Reference: “Mel Ramos - Definitive catalogue raisonne of Original prints” Edited by Galerie Ernst Hilger and the Estate of Mel Ramos (Page 82)

Note: Mel Ramos was an American figurative painter and is considered an important proponent of the Pop art movement. His paintings, often depicting nude women, were a satire on how women’s bodies were used by mainstream advertising to sell products to male audiences. Though clearly aligned with Pop art in his appropriation of imagery from mass media and consumer products, Ramos calls his practice rooted in Surrealism and its emphasis on “absurd conjunctions”

Authenticity: Accompanied by this is a Photo certificate from the Mel Ramos Estate authenticating the work with the Indentured blindstamp of the Estate