A true literary landmark opened by Lawrence Ferlinghetti and partners in 1953 – three floors of books with a poetry room on top – browsing & reading (and purchasing) encouraged! Yes, he published Alan Ginsberg's "Howl" and fought in court successfully to do so!
Original graphite drawing dimensions:19.25x12.5"
City Lights Book Store
Print sizes: the following sizes give the widest and tallest dimensions – individual sizes vary with dimensions of the original, i.e. if the drawing is a square shape vs. a rectangle
Small: 8x10” dark gray mat; Image up to 4” by up to 6”, hand signed,
Medium: 11x14” dark gray mat; Image up to 7” by up to 9.75”, hand signed,
Large: 14x 18” dark gray mat; Image up to 9.5” by up to 13”, hand signed,
Materials: Photo R260 Epson & my new Epson Artisan 1430 Epson inkjet prints using
Claria Hi-Definition ink (98 year life under glass), quality print papers, Crescent dark gray mat board, foam core backing, plastic sleeve