For your consideration, a hand-colored etching by the noted artist Weyman Micheal Lew (American, b.1935), entitled “Drawing”. The serigraph is in excellent condition with no stains or foxing, and measures 8” x 6” in its professionally matted 15 ¾” x 14” chrome frame. The etching features sharp and clear lines and a vital hand color palette. The work is signed and dated with edition number “Weyman Lew 1981” “Drawing 11/60”. A native San Franciscan, Weyman Lew studied at the University of California, and the San Francisco Art Institute from 1965 to 1966 with Jay deFeo. He was an art instructor at De Young Memorial Museum of Art School in 1970 and 1971, and had solo exhibitions at the Western American Artists Museum in 1970, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in 1971, and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria in 1972. Lew’s works are in the collection of De Young Memorial Museum; the Institution of Arte Contemporary in Lima, Peru; the Western American Artists Museum; and the Santa Barbara Museum of Artis works may be seen in public collections such as the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; the Oakland Museum; the Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts at the California Palace of Legion of Honor; the Brooklyn Museum, the Santa Barbara Museum; the University Art Museum in Berkeley; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Etching by Weyman Lew , San Francisco Bay Area Artist