Stone-lithograph printed with tusche in gold/ochre, a fine, fresh impression of the only known state of this rare work (there were also variations on this print, not necessarily other states created,) printed on Arches paper, to the edges, hand-signed and annotated in pencil by the artist, pulled in an edition of 100 examples (this is an artist proof, annotated "AP") printed by Mourlot Press, New York, published by Marlborough Graphics, New York, in fine condition unframed.
Clarksville, Arkansas, The Stephens Gallery, Walton Fine Arts Center, University of the Ozarks,From Abstraction to Minimalism: Selections from the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Feb 2002 (another example.)
Boston, Harcus Gallery, 1984, no.17 (another example)
Newark, Delaware, University Gallery, University of Delaware, 20th Century American Art from the Collection of The University of Delaware Gallery Collection, 23 November 1980 - 20 February 1981, no.34 (another example)
New York, Marlborough Graphics/Marlborough Gallery, Krasner, 1973
East Hampton, New York, Guild Hall Museum, Young Collector's Gallery, Summer, 1972 (another example)
Huntington, New York, Heckscher Museum, Artists of Suffolk County, Part VI: Contemporary Prints, 16 July - 03 September 1972, catalogue, no.25
Nemser, "Conversation," 1973, p.48, also published in Nemser, Art Talk, 1975, p.105
Landau, Ellen G.. Lee Krasner: A Catalogue Raisonné. 1995, New York, Harry N. Abrams, pp.260-61, no. CR533, illustrated in color (another example).
Primary Series: Gold Stone can be found in the following collections:
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock
University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City
San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego
University Gallery, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana
Davidson College Art Galleries, The Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson, North Carolina