20th Century American Landscape Color Lithography - Blossom Time by Doris Lee
A black wooden frame, vintage American turquoise-blue landscape lithography by Doris Lee, on paper in good condition. The picture, print represents the Folk Art period, depicting a herd of cows among flourishing trees in a field. The Blossom Time lithograph is pencil signed on the lower right from an edition of 300 signed on the lower left. The AAA Certificate was certified, issued from the Associated American Artists, located on the back side. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1958 United States.
Without the frame: 16.5 " H x 22" W
Doris Emrick Lee was an American artist, painter born in 1905 in Aledo, Illinois, United States and passed away in 1983. She is known to be one of the most successful, well-known female artist of the Great Depression era in the United States. In 1927, Lee graduated from the Rockford College and continued studying with the Canadian painter Ernest Lawson at the Kansas City Art Institute. After her studies, she moved to Woodstock, New York to start painting, where she settle down for the remainder of her artistic career.
Material: Wood, Paper
Country of Origin: United States
Dimensions: 18.5" H x 24" W x 3" D