Paul Reed is one of the founding artists of the Washington Color School. He was a native Washingtonian, leaving only for a short time spent in San Diego and eight years in New York City before returning to DC. He, Gene Davis, Jacob Kainen, and Howard Mehring were all close friends, and together they brought international attention to Washington’s art scene.
Multi-media paper collage
Hand-signed, dated, and titled in pencil by the artist en verso.
One of the edition of 170 (almost all unnumbered)
Professionally framed in walnut behind 99% UV-filtering art glass with strictly conservation-grade materials.
27 in. (h) x 31.675 in. (w) x 1.5 in. (d)
12.5 in. (h) x 17.5 in. (w)