The Lamoille Project #63, 2010
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Monoprint with hand drawn pastel signed and dated lower right, ed. 1/1
15 x 15 in
Mickey Myers is perhaps best known for her Pop art designs from the 1970s and '80s, where she would make vibrant compositions of Crayola crayons. In her later career, however, she has largely moved to painterly landscape images, often as monoprints, such as in the present example. Many of these prints show views from her home in Vermont, and so this example falls in line with the long tradition of American landscape painting that began with the Hudson River School in the mid-nineteenth century. This particular example was produced for the Madison Print Club in 2010. Original monoprint with pastel 15 x 15 inches, artwork 29.5 x 29.5 inches, frame Titled 'Lamoille #63' in pencil, lower left Edition 1/1 in pencil, lower center Signed and dated in pencil, lower right Framed to conservation standards using archival materials including 100 percent rag matting with a 1/4-inch grey paper bevel, Museum Glass, and housed in a modern profile gilt silver moulding.