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SMS # 3: Man Ray, The Father of Mona Lisa Print

Limited edition artist object

NEW MUSEUM 

Artwork by Man Ray

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  • Composition: Paper
  • Dimensions: Height: 6.71 inches Width: 10.65 inches
  • Product code:58010102ET

You will receive your artwork in 15 to 20 days from ordering. Due to special handling and documentation, we require a little longer than our regular delivery times.

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About the work
SMS # 3: Man Ray, The Father of Mona Lisa Print, 1967 by Man Ray. Ink on paper. 2000-piece edition. Clever ready-made portrait of Leonardo. The SMS Portfolios were a collaboration between William Copley & Dmitri Petrov which they published through their Letter Edged in Black Press, working with some of the most important artists of the twentieth century. The aim was to produce a new form of art journal that would bypass traditional institutions to distribute the artist's work directly to its audience instead.
About the artist
Man Ray American painter, maker of Surrealist objects and photographer. Man Ray met Marcel Duchamp in 1915 and collaborated with him in initiating a proto-Dada movement in New York. Man Ray began to make abstract paintings in 1916, with flat forms and vivid colors, and also experimented with airbrush paintings and sculpture-objects. He moved to Paris in 1921 and was introduced by Duchamp to Breton and his circle. He participated in the Dada and Surrealist movements with paintings, assemblage-objects and photographs, and is also celebrated as a fashion and portrait photographer. (1890-1976)
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