Young John F. Kennedy, Jr. on Horseback, 2000

By: ELIZABETH PEYTON

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Published by the Public Art Fund, New York. Based on a 1970 photo at the 17th Annual Horse Show at the Vince Lombardi Center in Peapack, New Jersey, "John" captures a young John F. Kennedy, Jr. on horseback who, like his mother, was an avid equestrian. The number shown at his lower back, "402," is his contestant number and the reverse of the actual number that he wore, "204." Like many of the subjects in Peyton's portraits, John gazes past the viewer. By avoiding directly addressing the viewer, the isolation that comes with fame and fortune becomes apparent.

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Lithograph on cream wove paper with full margins printed to the edge of the sheet

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Signed, dated, and numbered on recto

Unframed; overall very good condition; small paper loss on verso from old hinges

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