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Jake

© the artist. Photo credit: Ben Uri Collection

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This print is part of a series of etchings of friends and family entitled 'Seven Portraits', drawn by the artist with a Japanese screwdriver bought from his local Woolworth's, then proofed and printed by Marc Balakjian at Studio Prints. They were made to accompany the deluxe edition of Robert Hughes’ monograph of the artist in 1990.

Ben Uri Gallery & Museum

London

Title

Jake

Date

1990

Medium

etching on paper

Measurements

H 20 x W 16.5 cm

Accession number

1994-17iv

Acquisition method

presented by the artist, 1994

Work type

Print

Signature/marks description

Signed (lower right corner): Frank Auerbach Jake

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Ben Uri Gallery & Museum

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