"Supermarket Flora" by Jacob Lawrence, Silkscreen, 1996
A silkscreen piece by African-American artist Jacob Lawrence, a woman tends to a stand of flowers in the marketplace. Lawrence (1917-2000) was a well-known American artist. He was considered a chronicler of black lives in America; his style is a combination of realism, abstract art, with a touch of folk. This silkscreen on BFK Rives is signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 108, AP 18. It is offered in an ornate gold and black wood frame with a white mat.
Published by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Printed by Brand X Editions
Reference: Nesbett L96-1 - Jacob Lawrence the Complete Prints pg. 59
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 43 in | WIDTH: 34 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 35 in | WIDTH: 26¾ in
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