Ishtar Print, 1983
Jean-Michel Basquiat was fascinated by mythology and named Ishtar (1983) after the Egyptian goddess of war and fertility. His method of pasting photocopied drawings onto the canvas was meant to read like hieroglyphics on a wall. This digital giclee reproduction on Monte Carlo 300gsm watercolor paper comes packaged in a protective tube and is offered unframed for the first time.
- 24” H x 36” W
- Ready for framing
© Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York
To learn more about the Broad collection and this artist, please visit https://www.thebroad.org/art/jean-michel-basquiat