The Day Lady Died by Grace Hartigan
Hartigan had an early and close relationship with O'Hara producing a series of paintings as early as 1952 in New York to accompany his poems titled "Oranges." While opposed to the Pop Art movement, she drew on images from popular culture in many of her works produced in the 1960's. While not well know for graphic works her lithograph shows a complexity and technical skill of a veteran printmaker.
Technical details: Sheet Number 20 of "In Memory Of My Feelings: A Selection of Poems by Frank O'Hara" published by the Museum of Modern Art in 1967. Single unsigned lithograph printed as loose 18 x 12 inch folded folio sheet on Mohawk Superfine Smooth paper. Number 142 of edition number of 2500. Comes with complete provenance including copy of colophon.