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High Society
by Allen Jones

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Edition Size: 45

Image Size: 77.5 x 58.5 cm

Sheet Size: 77.5 x 58.5 cm


Condition: Pristine


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Limited Edition of 45
Signed by the Artist
77.5 x 58.5 cm
Printed on BFK Rives paper
Printed by Toby Michel, Angeles Press, Los Angeles
Published by Waddington Galleries London.

Allen Jones High Society is a black and white lithograph printed on Rives paper by the great printer Toby Michel in 1985 in Los Angeles. The Edition is of just 45 copies, making this piece extremely rare.

The Artist

Allen Jones

Allen Jones is a British sculptor, painter and lithographer. He has taught art in several places around the world, including the University of South Florida, the Banff Center School of Fine Arts in Canada and the Berlin University of arts. Allen Jones is known to the pop artist genre, and is famous for several pieces. His most famous work is probably ‘Hatstand, Table and Chair.’ This was the subject of controversy as it involved mannequins. The mannequins were dubbed ‘fetish mannequins’ and drew various protests. Allen Jones said his work was ‘Abstract Impressionism.’ Allen Jones is best known for voicing his opinions on wanting to change which art was ‘acceptable.’ He pushed art to the limits, and was actually thrown out of the Royal Academy of Arts as professors were abhorred by his work. (He did return and finish his degree, and he’s now a Sr. Academician at the same institute.)

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