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The artist says about this work, ''Zapruder' (1967) is the first of a group of paintings, watercolours and lithographs of the same title and similar composition. Sometime in 1966 or '67 Life magazine published the frame by frame stills of the 8 mm film Abraham Zapruder made in Dallas on November 22, 1963, which captured the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. I had been making paintings involving a geometric division of the canvas using various grid systems, based usually on found objects such as postcards showing more than one image.
Liquitex on canvas
H 172.7 x W 213.4 cm
purchased from Rowan Gallery, 1970