THE UNIQUE "SPECIAL PROOF" OF THIS PORTRAIT OF SALMAN RUSHDIE, SIGNED AND JUSTIFIED BY THE ARTIST. There was also an edition of 100 numbered impressions.
"Jack Hughes" is a play on the title of Zola's famous essay, "J'accuse".
During his sojourn at Harvard's Carpenter Center (1993-1994) Tom Phillips created five portraits (four lithographs and an etching with aquatint) of Salman Rushdie. Sylvan Cole Gallery has acquired a complete set--surely the only complete set, as even Phillips himself doesn't have them all--of the five, all of which are exceptional proofs.
On extremely fine wove paper.
In perfect condition.