Nude etching of a woman turning by Herbert Lewis Fink
Item # 13242
11" high by 17½" wide framed
This is an interesting study of the body of a woman turning around in place. She is a nude etching numbered 4 of 30. This would be considered a very limited printing.
The piece is made by graphic artist Herbert Lewis Fink (1932-2006) who was as well known as an art instructor as an artist. His work is very well listed in all of the major publications and his list of museum showings are very impressive. He received several major awards such as the Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship and the Chaloner Fellowship.
Fink taught at both the Rhode Island School of Design and Yale University School of Art.
His work is exhibited in the following museums: Addison Gallery of American Art, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Art Institute of Chicago, Farnsworth Museum of Art, Fredrich Weisman Art Museum, Georgia Museum of Art, Library of Congress, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Smith College Museum of Art and Yale University Art Gallery.
Needless to say this is an important rare etching available for a very reasonable price
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