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The Clinging Vine

Wayman Elbridge Adams

James R. Ross Fine Art

Circa 1929
9 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches (image size)

Other Information
Inscription: Inscribed "62 prints" lower left. Titled lower center, signed lower right
Exhibited: Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, "Second International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving," December 4, 1930–January 25, 1931 (269, Honorable Mention); Chicago, Illinois, Picture Galleries, Marshall Field & Company, "Hoosier Salon," January 26–February 7, 1931 (6, John T. McCutcheon prize winner for Best Group of Lithographs). This image was also exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1930, as well as at the John Herron Art Institute in November, 1930; Ball State Teachers College (beginning February 21, 1931); the Women's Club in Fort Worth, Texas, March 25–April 8, 1934; John Herron Art Institute, May, 1939; John Herron Art Institute, March 21–April 7, 1943.
Note: Other examples of this print are held in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Art; the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Yale University Art Gallery; the New York Public Library; and the McNay Art Museum. Edition of 62.

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