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John Muench, John Muench at Joan Whitney Payson Gallery of Art (Signed by John Muench), ca. 1982

John Muench


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John Muench

John Muench at Joan Whitney Payson Gallery of Art (Signed by John Muench), ca. 1982

Offset lithograph poster (Hand signed by John Muench)

Hand-signed by artist, Pencil signed by John Muench on the front

25 × 19 inches


This poster was published for the exhibition John Muench at Joan Whitney Payson Gallery of Art from January 30 to March 13, c. 1982. The image depicted is John Muench, Spring Comes to Maquoit Bay.

Joan Whitney Payson Gallery of Art

About John Muench:
John Muench was born in Medford, MA, on Oct. 15, 1914. He was the son of James Adams Muench and Marjorie Davie Muench. On Sept. 6, 1941, he married Barbara Davey and they had four children, Robin, Anthony, Katherine, and Jon. A painter and lithographer, he was largely self-taught, with some training at the Art Students League in New York and Academie Julien in Paris. He served as Director of the School of Fine and Applied Art in Portland, Maine from 1958-1965 and as Associate Professor of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design from 1965-1976. He ended his academic tenure as director of the Maine Printmaking Workshop and as artist-in-residence at Westbrook College in Portland, Maine. His paintings and prints have been exhibited in galleries around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, The National Museum in Jerusalem, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Locally, his work has been displayed at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, and at the Joan Whitney Payson Gallery in Portland. Several of his works are included in the University of Maine art collection. He died August 13, 1993 at the age of 78.


Height:   25.00
Width:   19.00