Lithograph of a bull in what appears to be a stark Southwestern landscape, 12" by 13 3/4" as framed, pencil signed at lower right margin by listed WPA era American artist CHARLES EARLE MILLER (1907-) and with notation "Ed. 30" at center margin. The image is a very powerful one, similar to the work of Peter Hurd, in some ways. Miller was a painter, etcher and lithographer. I see a number of works online dated in the late 1930's and early 1940's, but after that the trail is difficult to follow. He did seem to go by "Earle" more than "Charles"; a number of prints are signed "Earle Miller". The artist was associated with the Philadelphia area, it appears. He exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. This print is in good condition (not examined out of frame), with the exception of an old water stain at extreme lower edge. It could be easily matted out.
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