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Oz

Print
Feb-March 1971 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Print depicting Richard Neville, Jim Anderson and Felix Walsh of the London version of OZ magazine.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Lithograph, printer's ink, paper
Brief Description
By David Hockney: 'For the Oz obscenity fund', 1971
Physical Description
Print depicting Richard Neville, Jim Anderson and Felix Walsh of the London version of OZ magazine.
Dimensions
    Marks and Inscriptions
    • for the Oz obscenity fund, love from David Hockney, Feb-March 1971 (Inscribed)
    • O.K. David Hockney (Signed in pencil)
    • Richard Jim Felix (Inscribed)
    Credit line
    Acquired from Kasmin Ltd., London in 1972.
    Object history
    This print was made from pen drawings of the three principals in the much publicised trial under the obscenity laws of the three editors of the magazine Oz: Richard Neville, James Anderson and Felix Dennis. It was publicised in an unlimited edition, for sale to raise funds for the case.
    Subjects depicted
    Bibliographic Reference
    Taken from Departmental Circulation Register 1972
    Collection
    Accession Number
    CIRC.188-1972

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