"Pueblo Potter St II", 1978, Signed Lithograph | by R.C. Gorman
No. 48 in an edition of 50
29 3/4 ” x 22”
Framed (price not adjusted for frame) approx 39 1/2" x 31 3/4"
This beautiful small edition lithograph by R.C. Gorman depicts a Pueblo Potter working clay with her hands on the ground before her. Her thick black hair is held back by a blue tie.
"Pueblo Potter" is a lithograph produce by R.C. Gorman and the Tamarind Institute in 1978. It was released in two states. State I was done in an edition of 100 and presents the image in a warmer tone and the potter's hair held back with a red tie. State II was released in a smaller edition of 50 and while still quite warm, has a much cooler tone than State I and features the potter with a blue hair tie.
- Signed & dated in the lower left-center "R.C. Gorman 1978"
- Edition number and size in lower right-center "48/50"
- Artist mark pressed on lower right
- Printers mark press on lower left