Posted 7 years ago
This is scrap of a Roy Lichtenstein woodcut published by Gemini GEL in 1984. It's from a print called "Two Paintings: Beach Ball." This is a small piece of the top part of the print.
I knew some people over at Gemini and was given a brief tour one day. There was lots of this sort of stuff on the floor. I picked up this piece (about 6.5" tall by 1-.5" wide) and was told I could keep it, so I did. It has no value in a monetary sense, but I've always loved the randomness of this unplanned composition.
Here's a link to complete image info from the National Gallery Art: