This lot will be sold on Tuesday, 1st December (day 1 of the auction.) Lots 1-463 will be sold on day 1 (lots 464-913 will be sold on day 2). The auction will begin at 2:00 pm GMT. Lots are sold sequentially so there is no preset ending time. A live streaming broadcast of the auction will be available on auction days.
A Matthew Yuricich matte painting of a city street from Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic Blade Runner. Matte artist Yuricich created this painting of three bird's-eye views of a dystopian-future Los Angeles street for a deleted shot, just before Pris (Daryl Hannah) walked into the Bradbury building where she first met Sebastian (William Sanderson).
This matte painting is rendered in mixed media on a large Masonite board labelled "73 A, 73 A-2" in the top-left corner. One piece of white gaffer tape on front is labelled "H = 5.0 1/4, 6/22, V = 5.0", another piece of tape reads "BLADE RUNNER", and a third reads "BR". The matte painting exhibits signs of wear and aging, including damage to the corners of the board and some small scuffs and scratches. Dimensions: 203 cm x 97 cm x 1.5 cm (80" x 38" x 1/2")
Sold without copyright; see notice in the Buyer's Guide.
Special shipping required: see notice in the Buyer's Guide.
Estimate: £3,000 - 5,000 US
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.