Earl Newman Hand Silkscreen Rockfish
Mid 20th century nautical hand silkscreen print of a Rockfish by Earl Newman. (Berkeley California) Retains original frame. Measures 23.5" H 36" W.
EARL NEWMAN was born in 1930 in Massachusetts, earn a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art in 1956, followed by an MA from Harvard University in 1957. Moved to Berkeley, California in 1959 with a wife and two children, and settled in Venice in 1960. A third child was born at the art gallery in which they lived. He began designing and hand-silkscreen printing coffeehouse and jazz posters, doing posters for the Monterey Jazz Festival since 1963. The Smithsonian has a complete collection. Mr. Neuman lives in the mountains of western Oregon, working in a studio on his farm.
SOURCE: Virtual Venice. Notice small spot upper left corner. Shipping Continental US $95.