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Loom: Betty Feves, Hilda Morris, and Amanda Snyder (off stage)

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Marie Watt, Loom: Betty Feves, Hilda Morris, and Amanda Snyder (off stage), 2009, lithograph printed chine collé on Fabriano Rosaspina paper, Gift of Mahaffey Fine Art, Print Workshop, Portland, © Marie Watt, 2009.83.25

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Title

Loom: Betty Feves, Hilda Morris, and Amanda Snyder (off stage)

Artist

Marie Watt (American and Seneca, born 1967)

Related People

pictured in: Betty Feves (American, 1918-1985)

pictured in: Hilda Morris (American, 1911-1991)

pictured in: Amanda Snyder (American, 1894-1980)

Date

2009

Medium

lithograph printed chine collé on Fabriano Rosaspina paper

Edition

Gilkey Center proof; edition of 30, 3 artist proofs, 1 color trial proof, 4 trial proofs, 1 printers proof, 1 Gilkey Center proof, 1 BAT

Dimensions (H x W x D)

sheet: 19 1/2 in x 14 in

Inscriptions & Markings

signature; date: MK Watt 2009, graphite, lower right

edition: Gilkey Center Proof, graphite, lower left

Collection Area

Native American Art; Northwest Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Woodlands

Prints

Object Type

planographic print

Culture

American

Cultural Group

Haudenosaunee/Iroquois

Tribe/Nation

Seneca

Credit Line

Gift of Mahaffey Fine Art, Print Workshop, Portland

Accession Number

2009.83.25

Copyright

© Marie Watt

Terms

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chine collé

lithography

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planographic printing

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