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Taos Pueblo North Side

Gerry Peirce

About The Taos Pueblo North Side

This composition offers elements Peirce was predominantly known for--southwestern subjects to include buildings and people.

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This composition offers elements Peirce was predominantly known for--southwestern subjects to include buildings and people.

About the Artist

(1900-1969, American) This Tucson artist studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and at the Art Students League in New York.

A painter, an etcher, an illustrator, writer, teacher and lecturer, he wrote How Percival Caught the Tiger (1936) and How Percival Caught the Python (1937) as well as Painting the Southwest Landscape (1961).  He illustrated Plants of Sun and Sand (1939).

Peirce taught at the Gerry Peirce School in Tucson, Arizona.

His art resides in the Josyln Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Cleveland Museum of Arts and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to name a few institutions.

Medium Etching and drypoint on paper
Edition 23/ 50
Plate size 4 1/8" height X 6 3/8" width
Frame Two paper mats, regular glass, ornate wood frame has some wear
Frame size 20" height X 22" width
Signed "Gerry Peirce" at viewer's lower right margin in graphite
Date of creation Circa 1940
Condition Art is in excellent condition. Frame could use touching up.
Provenance Pi Ga
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