Al Hirschfeld Baryshnikov Farewell Performance etching 1981 66/150 Signed


66/150. Signed in graphite, “Hirschfeld.”


Al Hirschfeld, Baryshnikov, etching, 1981, 66/150. Signed in graphite “Hirschfeld.” Sheet: 51 cm x 38 cm, image 32 cm x 22.5 cm. “E S” embossed lower right-hand corner. Matted, untrimmed sheet hinged on a black mat, pasted on the edge of the upper margin only. Fine. Believed to commemorate a farewell performance by the great Russian dancer leaving a rose onstage for his audience.

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