Prints began to flourish as artistic media after World War I due to their affordability and an expanding market of art consumers. The American South became a focus for many artists and gave rise to some of the most aesthetically powerful practitioners of printmaking. This is the courtyard from the home of the first non-colonial Governor of Louisiana, Governor William Claiborne. This beautiful piece of work is an edition of 200. The lines and shading technique create a masterpiece and transcends you to the French Quarters of New Orleans. Artist has signed this print. It is fantastic shape and is matted and framed.
Eugene E. Loving (1908-1971). Little information is available about either the life or artistic career of Eugene Loving. He was born in Round Rock, Texas, and moved to New Orleans in 1931
Please see our other etching by loving item# PIC76
Measurement of the print that is showing is 6 5/8" W x 9 3/4" L Frame: 14 3/4" L x 11 1/2'”W
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