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Jean-Michel Basquiat "The Dingoes that park their brains with their Gum" Poster

RoGallery from Long Island City, NY
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A signature, bold composition titled "The Dingoes that park their brains with their Gum" by legendary American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat on poster from 1988. A collaborator with Andy Warhol, Basquiat gained recognition for his street art style in the 1980s, quickly rising to international fame. His career was cut short due to his untimely death in 1988 at age 28, but his work outlived him and still remains highly sought-after among collectors. This poster is offered unframed.

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Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat, American (1960 - 1988) Title: The Dingoes that park their brains with their Gum Year: 1988 Medium: Poster Size: 19.5 x 27.5 inches

  • Technical Specifications: Size: 19.5 H x 27.5 W inches
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  • Product Dimensions: H 19.5 Centimeters x W 27.5 Centimeters x L 0.1 Centimeters
  • Product Code: V176000345048

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