A still life of a multitude of ripe red apples fresh picked reminding us of a clear, crisp Autumn day in East Hampton, NY by Richard Karwoski (1938-1993). The apples each have their own unique shape, hues, and shadows-- no two apples are the same. An artist and teacher since the early 1960s, he began to focus on still life portrayals of flowers, fruits and marketplaces in the late 1970s through a variety of mediums, such as this lithograph print. Signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 300, AP 40. It is offered unframed.
Artist: Richard Karwoski, American (1938 - 1993) Title: Fall Apples Year: 1980 Medium: Lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 300, AP 40 Paper Size: 22 in. x 29.5 in. (55.88 cm x 74.93 cm)
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