Workingman's Dead Hand-Painted Serigraphs

Stanley Mouse

 

Workingman's Dead Hand-colored Serigraphs, 1988

 

Watercolor

 

Singed and number set  56/200

 

Framed Portraits: 26 3/4" tall x 22 1/8" wide

 

$$$$$

 

 

 

Band picture - cover of Workingman's Dead, 1970

Band picture - detail

Band picture with numbering and signature

Cover, Workingman's Dead

Band picture - frame

Band picture - frame at angle

Back of Workingman's Dead Album cover - portraits

Jerry Garcia

detail - Jerry

Rod "Pigpen" McKernen

detail - Pigpen

Phil Lesh Grateful Dead portrait Workingman's Dead

Phil

detail - Phil

Bob Weir

detail - Bobby

Bill Kreutzmann

detail - Billy

Mickey Hart

detail - Mickey

close-up of portrait frame at angle

close-up of portrait frame

Close-up of sample Mouse signature which is on each piece

Description

These serigraphs were done as part of a limited-edition by Stanley Mouse reprinting his airbrushed black and white sketches from the cover of Workingman’s Dead and adding color to them by hand in watercolor. There were 200 sets made in 1988 and this one is numbered 56/200. Because each was watercolored by hand, no two pieces are alike. This set is from the artist’s personal collection and has not been previously owned.

 

 

Workingman’s Dead was the Grateful Dead’s 4th studio album and was released on June 14, 1970. It marked a move away from the overtly psychedelic experimentation of previous albums in favor of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's Americana-styled songcraft. Readers of Rolling Stone Magazine voted it the best album of 1970.

 

 

 

Set of 7 pieces            $21,000

 

Set of 6 portraits         $17,500

 

 

 

Individual Pieces will be made available after December 6, 2020

 

 

Jerry Garcia    $3,800

 

Bob Weir         $3,400

 

Phil Lesh         $3,400

 

Pigpen             $3,400

 

Billy & Mickey  (sold together)     $6,400

 

Band & Robert Hunter                $4,200

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