Louis De Mayo The Yaqui Deer Dancer Signature Native Lithograph
The Yaqui Deer Dancer is titled & pencil signed by Louis De Mayo (1926-2016). Telos Graphics Printed copy is provided upon request. Serigraph is stamped, sealed, dated, hand signed printed authentication, year 1982. A limited edition art is numbered by artist 96/100 in pencil. Professionally framed in contemporary gold tone aluminum, black mat, by Telos Graphic in February 1984, secured in glass . General condition excellent, without appearance of repair or restoration. About Artist : born January 24, 1926 in Philadelphia PA., moved to Arizona in 1971. appointed director of Arizona Highway magazine. known for Modern Western Figure. Impressive exhibitions in Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Louis De Mayo's arts bloomed from late 20th Century after 1950, with 5 reference books, according to the art Resources, with Impressive auction records. Artist works in in Smithsonian, Museum Biedermann, Longview Museum, Scottsdale Museum.
Signature is on the very top right - numbers on the center top- title on the top left.
Dimensions: Art: 30" x 22"
Frame: 37" H. x 29" W. x 1.75" D.