Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it. ” – Andy Warhol

William Crutchfield Art Technology Pop Art Print LA County Museum of Art 1971

This humorous rendering of the Los Angeles County Art Museum by pop artist William Crutchfield features a giant electrical cord out of the building. This five-color offset silkscreen was published by Gemini in 1971 for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This impression is 63 of 300 in the edition. William Crutchfield signed and numbered the image in the lower third of the image.

Size:  31″ x 23″

Condition:  Good condition.  One small dent on left center edge


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Artist Bio

William Crutchfield was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on January 21, 1932. He studied at Herron School of Art, Indiana University in Indianapolis, receiving his Bachelors in Fine Art. He later received his Masters in Fine Art in 1960 at Tulane University in Louisiana. Crutchfield worked at both Gemini and Tamarind print workshops beginning in the 1960s and produced 'Air Land Sea', a suite of 13 lithographs. It was complete during his second visit as a guest artist at Tamarind. In the portfolio, Crutchfield employed his characteristic style by using tusche applied with a pen to create the inventive subject matter. Crutchfield then had the printer apply various colors of ink to one roller to create the blended effect of the palette. He later applied his printmaking skills using screenprinting. Crutchfield exhibited at the Minneapolis Institute of Art in 1967; Fort… Continue reading on artist page

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