9-396 Hixon Blue Lines On Black Steel Frame

$1,600.00

This serigraph is in rich black and bright blue ink on paper. 26 x 38 inches as framed. Signed, entitled “Night Dancer”, edition 10/10 and dated 1975. It is framed in a period-appropriate stainless steel frame with a museum glass face.

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Emily Earl Hixon aka Emily H. Sturkie aka Emily Hixon Taplin (1919-2003) was a prolific painter and printmaker working in both non-objective and Pop Art idioms. In 1974, she helped start the artist-run Amos Eno Gallery in New York City’s Soho District (it recently relocated to Bushwick, Brooklyn). She was an educator and an art director at Rutgers University. Her studio was on Shelter Island, a short ferry ride from our design shop here in Greenport, NY on the North Fork.

We acquired a large set of her abstract works on paper. They are quite large.

This serigraph is in rich black and bright blue ink on paper. 26 x 38 inches as framed. Signed, entitled “Night Dancer”, edition 10/10 and dated 1975. It is framed in a period-appropriate stainless steel frame with a museum glass face.