Mirage Editions, (1978). An unmounted 20 x 20 inch, dark blue colored screen print onto heavy silver paper stock of Groucho Marx (after the cover of the 1972 double album recorded at Carnigie Hall) with "An Evening With Groucho - Carnegie Hall, May 6, 1972 - 8pm" and "Glen Christensen" printed across the bottom. Near fine with light handling and publishers "© 1978 MIRAGE EDITIONS" hand stamp verso. Near Fine. Item #1825
Groucho Marx was 81 when he made his Carnegie Hall debut on May 6, 1972 and the poster artist Christensen "... was, for many years, a major figure in graphic design in the music industry, where he worked as Art Director for Buddah Records, Elektra/Asylum Records, and 20th Century Fox Records. He was twice nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Album Package: for the Carly Simon album Playing Possum and the Joni Mitchell album Hejira. Glen later founded Glen Christensen Design on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, where he continued to provide creative design for the entertainment industry, as well as for nonprofit organizations, including the California Community Foundation." digitalartscaliforniadotcom.
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