Charles Wysocki Limited Edition Print 1989 The Memory Maker Custom Framed 420/2500 19th Century Photography Wagon Photographer

Beautifully Autumn colored, with golden light in classic Wysocki genius, this charming print evokes the simple life of days gone by. It is the original 1989 limited edition titled “The Memory Maker”. This limited edition print is low in number (#420 of 2500) hand signed and numbered in silver pen in the lower left hand corner. It is custom conservation mounted and sealed with 3 custom color coordinated mats and a fine walnut frame. The certification is mounted on the sealed back. The print image is 28” by 23.5” and the frame measures 32.5” by 36.5” It is in excellent condition as pictured. Current retail on this print, unframed is $659.

One of America's most popular artists, Charles Wysocki, pays homage to the early art of photography and its steadfast practitioners in the wonderfully developed work The Memory Maker. Charles Wysocki remarks: "This photographer and his family live a little like gypsies, moving from town to town. When they ride onto main street, he picks up his horn or megaphone and cries, "I'll take your picture!" Since he lives ina tent, you can guess that his profession is not a lucrative one. He fishes in the nearby stream not just because his hours are his own but because he has to feed his family. But making a living selling one's artistic wares has certain satisfactions that money can't buy. Shipping is free with this item in the US. (approx. $80-$100). Shipping is free but the specialty packaging needed will be charged at cost after the sale and prior to shipping. (hw-1)

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