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    S. Clay Wilson - Berkeley Barb Illustration "Smack, Why Are So Many People Dying?" Original Art (1975). This depraved delineation of dope fiends comes direct from the twisted mind of S. Clay Wilson, and was originally used as the cover illustration for an issue of the notorious Underground paper, Berkeley Barb. Rendered in blue pencil and pen and ink, the image area measures 10" x 13.5". The work is matted and framed and in Excellent condition. Signed and dated by S. Clay Wilson at the bottom. From the collection of Jesse Edwards/JES Archives.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2006
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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