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Elizabeth Catlett, Blues, 1983

Elizabeth Catlett

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Description

Elizabeth Catlett

Blues, 1983

Lithograph on cream wove paper

Signed, titled, dated and numbered in graphite pencil recto

 
Edition of 130
 
Elegantly matted and framed with blue accent beveled edges

Rarely seen on the market, "Blues" is one of Elizabeth Catlett's most famous, dazzling and celebrated prints. Another impression was exhibited in the 2010 Beyond The Blues exhibition from the collection of the Amistad Research Center, Tulane University, New Orleans, and reproduced on the cover of the catalogue "Beyond the Blues" as well as the Arts Quarterly Magazine published by the New Orleans Museum of Art. (see photos of the covers of both of these respective publications, featuring this print on the cover.) This work is elegantly matted and framed in an elegant wood frame with beveled edges and blue accents in UV plexiglass.

Condition
Excellent
 
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Hand signed, titled, dated and numbered in graphite pencil. 
 
Publisher

Printed and published by the Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA.

Exhibition History:

Another impression was exhibited in the 2010 Beyond The Blues exhibition from the collection of the Amistad Research Center, Tulane University, New Orleans, and reproduced on the cover of the catalogue "Beyond the Blues" as well as the Arts Quarterly Magazine published by the New Orleans Museum of Art. 

Measurements:
Framed
36 inches vertical by 26 inches horizontal by 1.5 inches
Artwork (visible)
Print 28.5 inches vertical by 19 inches horizontal

Measurements

Height:   27.50
Width:   17.75
Depth:   1.00