1980 "Game of Life (High Stakes Roulette)" Limited Edition Etching Signed by Neiman. Reminiscent of a casino scene from a James Bond film, Neiman creates a mood of heated, high stakes action around a roulette wheel and table. If you stop and listen, you can almost hear the toasting of champagne glasses and the tinkling of expensive jewelry in a setting that could easily be described as a gambling den for the aristocracy.

    This magnificent limited edition hand-pulled etching on watermarked arches paper hails from Neiman's Eaux-Fortes '80 Portfolio. The artist first experimented with etchings in 1971, submitting his first contribution to the market the following year. An extremely limited edition print, the work was hand-signed, numbered (126/250) and dated by the artist in pencil. Double-matted and framed 32.25x27.75" (25.5x21.25" visible in frame). Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $3,000 - up.

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