This is an uncommon early work by Lowell Nesbitt, who would later become famous for his large-scale pictures of flowers. A remarkably interesting lightly-abstracted image of a person. This impression was pulled by Nesbitt himself (as signified by the “Imp” written next to the editioning). This picture was matted and reframed in its original frame behind 99% UV-filtering art glass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
Woodcut in brown and white ink on blue wove paper
Printed by the Artist
Signed in ink, en recto lower right, with date. Titled en recto center. Editioned en recto lower left.
Impression 11 of the edition of 11
Custom reframed with all new materials in its vintage frame behind 99% UV-blocking Plexiglass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
Very good condition. Modest fading, age toning.
36 in. (h) x 16 in. (w)
38 in. (h) x 18 in. (w) x 1.25 in. (d)