One of Only Twenty Sets, With Lithographs Signed by the ArtistChaim Gross. The Song of Songs, A Suite of Nine Lithographs After the Water Colors Painted by the Artist. New York: The Print Club, 1980.
Special "Sponsor's Edition" limited to 20 copies, of which this is numbered v/xx. Portfolio with loose sheets of handmade Japanese Kozo Kyokushi paper (approximately 21 x 17 inches) laid in, as issued. Nine color lithographs, each signed in pencil by Chaim Gross.
Lithographs laid in printed wrapper, housed in a gilt-stamped blue cloth clamshell box. Fine.
After Gross' original watercolors, inspired by the biblical text of King Solomon's famed love poems.
The overall edition was published in four separate named "editions" containing 250 set in total: the Sponsor's Edition is considered quite desirable as it was printed on superior Japanese handmade paper known for allowing particularly sharp and precise ink transfer.
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