Limited edition signed lithograph on fine quality heavyweight, acid-free, 100% rag content papers. 62/200
Susan Davis (1948-1999) was a self-taught artist whose work included magazine and book illustration, formal oils, murals, detailed watercolors and highly evocative pastel drawings. Over the course of a career that spanned more than twenty-five years, Ms. Davis produced a broad and highly acclaimed body of work.
Some of the artist's most recognizable work was done for The New Yorker, which began in 1983. Those covers were featured in in two books, Seasons at the New Yorker and Covers of the New Yorker. Her home at Tilghman Island on the Eastern Shore of Maryland was a source of inspiration for a number of the land and seascapes, and many of the still lifes.
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