Don Wright 1972
‘Tommy’s Eskimo Print’ #5/15
Part of ‘The Children’s Series’. This piece is based on a drawing made by the artist’s son Tom. This image was one of those selected by Kevin Major for a book entitled ‘Printmaking on the Edge: 40 Years at St. Michael’s”
Coloured etching on paper
Well framed, and is in excellent condition
Size Framed 28”w x 22”l
Exposed print 19 ½”w x 14 ½ “l
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