By the noted illustrator artist RICHARD STINE (1941-) this is a print, "Mad woman trying to bury delicate feelings once and for all", hand signed in blue ball point at lower left. This does not seem to be a limited edition but it is hand signed. Stine is a familiar name due to his uniquely humorous and whimsical images, which though cartoonish delve into philosophy, and, an online description writes, "love, art, freedom, isolation, desire, conflict, dreams, creativity". He drew prolifically as a child in Southern California and starting in the 1960's began to financially capitalize on his talents, moving from original art to reproductions as cards, posters, and prints. In 1997 he was living in Washington state and musing in an interview at his own commercial success and popularity. This item is in excellent, fresh condition. Measurements as framed 12" by 15 1/4". The gray frame has some wear. I think it is wood so could be painted over or touched up. There's a little dirt on the glass and allow for reflections in the images.
RICHARD STINE (1941-) whimsical print hand signed by noted artist and illustrator