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John Powell, "Red Poppies" Limited Edition Printer's Proof Serigraph, Numbered 1/21 and Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity.
Item #265972

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12 x 16


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"Red Poppies" is a limited edition printer's proof serigraph on paper by John Powell, numbered 1/21 and hand signed by the artist. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 20.5" x 16" (border), 16" x 12" (image).

As a young boy, John Powell spent many hours with his father, Jack Powell, and Will Foster, both prominent artists. After graduating high school, John enlisted in the Navy. During this time, two years were spent in Japan. It was in Japan where Powell became acutely aware of his artistic needs. His drawings from this period reflect th Far Eastern influence and design elements that would mold his eventual style. After four years in the Navy, Powell enrolled in the mexico City College, known for its exellent art department. The influence of the primitive arts of Mexico made an indelible imprint which would be forever expressed during John's career. Today Powell lives with his wife in Santa Barbara, Claifornia.

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