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Marie Watt, Vest, 2011, two-color woodcut on Somerset Satin white paper, Museum Purchase: Funds from the Native American Art Coucil and Friends, in honor of Janie King, © Marie Watt, 2012.66.4

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Title

Vest

Artist

Marie Watt (American and Seneca, born 1967)

Related People

collaborating printer: Frank Janzen (American, active 20th century)

Date

2011

Medium

two-color woodcut on Somerset Satin white paper

Edition

5/20

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 11 3/4 in x 7 15/16 in; sheet: 20 3/4 in x 16 in

Inscriptions & Markings

chopmark: [Frank Janzen, Tamarind Master Printer], embossed, bottom right

chopmark: [Crow's Shadow Press], embossed, bottom left

signature: "M K Watt", graphite, lower right

title: "Vest", graphite, lower middle

edition: "5/20", graphite, lower left

Collection Area

Native American Art; Northwest Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Woodlands

Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

American

Cultural Group

Haudenosaunee/Iroquois

Tribe/Nation

Seneca

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Funds from the Native American Art Coucil and Friends, in honor of Janie King

Accession Number

2012.66.4

Copyright

© Marie Watt

Terms

paper

relief printing

relief prints

woodcut

Place Made

Created in: Pendleton

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