Larry Rivers Signed 1970 “Some (Visual) Afterthoughts on the Boston Massacre” Serigraph Print


A 1970 serigraph print titled Some (Visual) Afterthoughts on the Boston Massacre by American artist Larry Rivers (1923-2002). The work has neon pink and green colors, with detailed depictions of British soldiers on the right side. The print is signed “Rivers” and numbered 85/150 to the lower left and displayed in a black frame with a white mat. 

Larry Rivers was an artist, musician, and filmmaker who is recognized by many as a founder of the Pop Art movement. Born as Yitzroch Loiza Grossberg, he later changed his name to Larry Rivers while working as a jazz saxophonist under the band name "Larry Rivers and the Mudcats." He studied at the Hans Hofmann school and was a graduate of New York University's Art Education program in 1951. 



32.5” x 22.75” x 1.25” (frame); 27.25” x 19” (image).

Condition notes:

Scratches, nicks, and scuffs to the frame. There is a discolored portion of the glass at the center. The print has a centerfold crease. A few discoloration spots in the green along the left bottom edge.

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