This is just fabulous and amazing! “Lamentation” is one of three different screen prints done by Andy Warhol for his Martha Graham series of 1986. Warhol recreated this print from an original photograph by Barbara Morgan. It is done in 6 colors and 4 screens and printed on 100% rag two-ply Lenox Museum Board. The print is 36 inches by 36 inches and is framed to 42.75 inches by 42.75 inches. The series was done in the following editions: 100 portfolios, 25 A.P., 25 Roman numerals, 5 P.P., and 5 H.C. All prints are signed and numbered by Andy Warhol and bear the copyright of the artist and publisher, Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, Inc., New York, City; and the chop mark of the printer, Rupert Jasen Smith, New York City. This print is number 56 of 100. It was originally presented to Martha Booth Stanley, granddaughter of George G. Booth and Ellen Scripps Booth, founders of Cranbrook Educational Community, now Cranbrook Academy of Art, for her contributions in founding The Topeka Performing Art Center, Topeka, Kansas where she resided until her death in 2013. Since her death it has been in a private collection and is now being offered for sale.