For your consideration, a vintage 1960's-1970's polychrome silkscreen print by the Californian artist Rossane Yould (1920 – 2009). The composition features a grouping of mushrooms indigenous to the coastal woodlands of Mendocino, an area known for its redwood forests and dynamic Pacific coast geography. This signed work of a noted Mendocino artist measures 16 ¾ x 11 ¼" and is in excellent condition with no stains, foxing, tears, or repairs. The silkscreen features elegant colors in shades of ochre, crowns, honey, and beiges. The daughter of Grace Cleveland Bourgerie and Andrien Bourgerie, who immigrated from Quebec Province, Canada to become one of Chicago's preeminent tailors and an art collector, Rosanne's early artistic talents were guided by her father's artist friends, including Ernest Fredericks. She later studied in Mendocino with E. John Robinson, Anne Foote, Warren Zimmer, Richard Yip, Perry Acker and numerous others. Proficient in pastel, oil, watercolor and acrylic, her paintings all conveyed gentle wonder at the beauty she saw around her and can be found in collections throughout California and beyond.
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