JAMES ROSENQUIST

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CAUGHT ONE LOST ONE FOR THE FAST STUDENT OR STAR CATCHER

Medium: Pressed paper pulp and lithographic collage printed in colors on handmade paper
Edition: from the edition of 92 plus proofs
Year: 1989
Signed: Hand signed, titled, dated, and numbered
Size: 54.5 x 38"
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STARS AND STRIPES AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT

Medium: Lithograph
Edition: Of 45
Year: 2004
Signed: Lower right
Size: 45.5 x 31"
Frame: Yes
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BIOGRAPHY

American (1933)

James Rosenquist was born in North Dakota in November of 1933. He attended Minneapolis School of Art, University of Minnesota, and Art Students League. From 1957-1960, before he joined the pop art movement, James Rosenquist was a billboard artist. Rosenquist is best known for using fragmented images and combining them on canvases to create stories. His international claim to fame was his room size painting of F-111. James Rosenquist is also known to have created the largest print in the world titled “Time Dust” that is 7 feet tall by 35 feet long. His art can be found in museums all over the world including the MoMA and the Smithsonian.