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Back Room at Max's Kansas City, CA 1974 A/P
71.2 x 71.2 cm. (28 x 28 in.) signed Richard Bernstein (American, 1939–2002)

Richard Bernstein - Back Room at Max's

Diameter: 71.2 x 71.2 cm. (28 x 28 in.)

Grace Jones (print) by Richard Bernstein

Grace Jones (print) by Richard Bernstein

from Interview Magazine Cover (26" H X 21" W)
Grace 92 for Dahlia AP Richard Bernstein

Richard Bernstein - Grace Jones

Miguel Bose by Richard Bernstein

Miguel Bose by Richard Bernstein

Interview Magazine cover art, July 1983. Photo, charcoal, pastel, airbrush, collage. 18 x 12 inches

Richard Bernstein - Miguel Bose

Richard Bernstein – Madonna

Madonna by Richard Bernstein

Madonna, December 1985. Unique Print. 16 ¼ x 11 inches. Framed. Inscribed ‘for Dahlia 11/28/00’ signed 'Richard Bernstein.'

Richard Bernstein – Madonna

Richard Bernstein – Jean Cocteau

Shirley MacLaine by Richard Bernstein

Interview Magazine Cover, April 1985. Photo, pastel, charcoal, airbrush, collage. 17 x 10 5/8 inches.

Richard Bernstein – Shirley MacLaine

Richard Bernstein – Jean Cocteau

Jean Cocteau silkscreen on canvas

50" W X 72" H Signed Richard Bernstein

Richard Bernstein – Jean Cocteau

Richard Bernstein - Poppers

Poppers silkscreen on paper

(1970’s) 45 x 30 ¾ inches signed LR “Richard Bernstein”

Richard Bernstein - Poppers

“Poppers” the politically incorrect print of the Studio 54 Disco drug. At one point, Richard Bernstein silkscreened them onto Grace Jones' pants for one of her performances and she wore a green chandelier capsule headdress with a blouse that had purple fur sleeves; truly outrageous! But that was Richard. Paloma Picasso describes them as ‘missiles’ (Richard Bernstein made the covers for Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine.)

Richard Bernstein, Mega-Star. New York: Indigo Books, 1984, p. 3

Diameter: 45 x 30 ¾ inches

Remember the Maine

(John) Gutzon (De La Mothe) Borglum

(Bear Lake, Idaho 1867 –1941 Chicago, Illinois)

Remember the Maine

Tondo (roundel) in tropical woods, silver-gilt bronze surround, with (verso) geometric designs in wood marquetry

Diameter: 35 4/5 inches (91 cm)