Vintage Oleg Stavrowsky print Mariner from 1965 printed by the 3m CO. An "Exploration of mars", this blue and orange abstracted space scene has a painterly background. 1960s space age art with a sci fi feel.
Two more prints, from the same collection, shown in the last two photos above, can can be found here*:
Oleg Stavrowsky was born in 1927 and become known for his western themed paintings, often of cowboys and Native Americans. These rare prints show a much more unique subject matter.
The originals of this painting can be found at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
Paper size including border:
18” x 16”
14” x 12”
“Mariner interplanetary exploration vehicle takes a closer look at Mars.”
© 1965, 3M Co.”
Good vintage condition, with slight discoloration, evident on the off white border. The discoloration does not affect the image. There are a few light speck marks also on the white border. Also, a small tear at the edge at the top center of the border. There is some light wrinkling to the paper from handling (and perhaps from a bit of water damage) but no major creases or folds. The wear has been accounted for when pricing this piece
If you are interested in the set of three, please feel free to contact me for a group price.
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