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A Pine Cut Down I
Alan Turner (American)
The first of three lithographs comprising the “A Pine Cut Down” series, one of Alan Turner’s famous commentaries on trees. Each picture stands alone, but together the three form a compelling triptych. This is the first of five Artist’s Proofs preceding the edition of 40. While the editioned prints are readily available, the artist’s proofs are rare.
Lithograph on natural-white Rives Lightweight Paper.
Signed in pencil by the artist, en recto lower right, with date. Editioned, in pencil, en recto lower left.
Artist’s Proof 1 of 5, preceding the trade of 40.
Custom matted and framed in a solid waxed-Walnut frame behind 99% UV-blocking art glass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
31.75 in. (h) x 25.5 in. (w) x 1.0 in. (d)
22.25 in. (h) x 18.75 in. (w)
10.5 in. (h) x 14 in. (w)
From the Artist to the Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, to a private collector to the Washington Color Gallery.
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