Personally signed by Kurt Vonnegut
"ADIOS" - Signed limited edition silkscreen print by Kurt Vonnegut
Number 651 of only 700 produced. A beautiful signed Vonnegut artwork to display in your home or office
Kurt Vonnegut (American, 1922-2007) , Joe Petro III Graphics. "Adios" or "Goodbye Blue Monday". This original silkscreen has been Signed and Numbered in pencil by Mr. Vonnegut. This is Print #557 from a signed limited edition of 700 prints, printed in 2006. This one color silkscreen on white Rising Stonehenge paper 7 x 10 inches and is in "Fine Condition" as shown in the photographs. Joe Petro III was friends and collaborated with Kurt for over 14 years on his art.
Embossed stamps as required on the print. The print and framing are Very Fine without any flaws.
We guarantee this original silkscreen print and signature are 100% authentic. An authentic hand signed print, with the presence of the two Vonnegut verification stamps on the lower right corner.
Professionally matted with black metal frame and museum quality glass.
- Frame overall: est. 15 3/4" x 13"
- Artwork overall: 7" x 10"
Breakfast of Champions, or Goodbye Blue Monday is a 1973 novel by the American author Kurt Vonnegut. His seventh novel, it is set predominantly in the fictional town of Midland City, Ohio, and focuses on two characters: Dwayne Hoover, a Midland resident, Pontiac dealer and affluent figure in the city, and Kilgore Trout, a widely published but mostly unknown science fiction author. Breakfast of Champions deals with themes of free will, suicide, and race relations, among others. The novel is full of drawings by the author, substituting descriptive language with depictions requiring no translation.
About the Author
KURT VONNEGUT (1922 - 2007) American novelist and graphic artist whose experience as an air force POW during the firebombing of Dresden, Germany, is recounted in his popular novel Slaughterhouse-Five (1969).
Kurt Vonnegut was one of the most influential writers of his generation. Known for his dark humor, pessimism and sharp edge, he was the author of 14 novels - notably Cat's Cradle, Slaughterhouse-Five and Breakfast of Champions - and other works of fiction and nonfiction.
His stories of human folly and cruelty have been assigned reading for at least two decades in college literature classes around the world! Most readers interested in the fantastic in literature are familiar with Kurt Vonnegut, particularly for his uses of science fiction. Many of his early short stories were wholly in the science fiction mode, and while its degree has varied, science fiction has never lost its place in his novels.
- Kurt Vonnegut / Joe Petro III Graphics
- Signed Limited Edition No. 557/700
- Framed with museum quality glass
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