Unicum

A Group Print Show

Works by Jim Dine, Frank Stella, Elizabeth Murray, Mark Tobey, John Zurier, Kenny Scharf & James Brown

November 3 – December 22, 2021

Elizabeth Murray
Black Cup, 1984
Lithograph with hand coloring 59 x 36 inches
Edition 4 / 10
Signed lower right

James Brown
Untitled, 1999
Monoprint, acrylic, and collage 17 x 10 3/4 inches
Edition 13 / 25
Signed lower right

Jim Dine
Watercolor Boys, 2007
Diptych
Two single color lithographs with watercolor 36 x 26 inches each
Edition 7 / 10
Signed lower right

Jim Dine
Watercolor Boys, 2007
Two single color lithographs with watercolor 36 x 26 inches each
Edition 7 / 10
Signed lower right

John Zurier

Untitled, 2017

Monotype

25 x 17 1/2 inches

Signed lower right

Elizabeth Murray
Inside Story, 1985
Lithograph with hand coloring 58 x 36 inches
Edition 11 / 14
Signed lower right

Frank Stella
Libertinia, 1995
Screenprint, lithograph, etching, relief, aquatint, and engraving
21 1/2 x 49 1/4 inches
Trial proof / edition of 50
Signed lower left

Frank Stella
Calvinia, 1995
Screenprint, lithograph, etching, relief, aquatint, collagraph and engraving
20 1/2 x 52 inches
Trial proof / edition of 50
Signed lower center

Mark Tobey
Forms in Progress I, Red State, 1971

Aquatint

27 x 31 inches
Trial proof / edition of 60
Signed lower right

John Zurier

Untitled, 2017

Monotype

28 7/6 x 24 1/2 inches

Signed lower right

Mark Tobey
Forms in Progress II, Green State, 1971 Aquatint
19 3/8 x 24 3/8 inches
Trial proof / edition of 60
Signed lower right

Kenny Scharf
Untitled, 2009
Acrylic, screenprint, and object 15 x 22 1/4 inches
Edition of 20
Signed lower right

Press Release

Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art is pleased to announce Unicum, an exhibition featuring eleven works, seven artists, and five approaches to print-making. The show unites skilled print-makers - Mark Tobey, Frank Stella, Jim Dine, Elizabeth Murray, John Zurier, Kenny Scharf, and James Brown - to highlight the category of unique prints. Monotypes, trial proofs, and lithographs with hand-coloring are just three of the techniques included in the exhibition.