No Nuke Edison Plant Woodblock Art Print 1980s

$195.00
Quantity available: 1
I like this artist's work. I had not known him prior to stumbling on these in an estate sale recently. Ed Larson is in Santa Fe and paints folk art and his works go into the thousands of dollars. This is a woodblock print that is protesting nulear activities, this directly relted to the Commonwealth Edison plant although there were a large amount of anti-nuke activities at that time. As I recall that was the time around 3 Mile island and controversy with Seabrooke. This is a great piece of folk art from a noted Santa Fe artist that is likely to appreciate. It is an artist trial proof version and I am not sure how many versions he did and if he ever printed the print or how many. He only has one type of print available on his site. The rest are mobiles and acrylics. I do not know if he was more into woodblock prints in 1983, or social statements. The dimensions are 18" x 24" The framed dimensions are 33.5" x 27.5". The print is 18" x 24". Shipping is $15.95 in the US

Item Details

Reference #:
wil-07
Quantity
1
Category
Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
Department
Collectibles
Year
1983
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
x x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
used
Material