Corral Gates

Alfred Fuller

Corral Gates, Prints by Alfred Fuller
  • Alfred Fuller lithograph
Marked Down $175.00
Gallery Price $250.00
Title
Corral Gates
Artist
Alfred Fuller
Medium
Lithograph
Edition
Edition size is 50
Image size
7" height X 9 1/2" width
Frame
Two PH balanced mats, regular glass, black finished wood molding with yellow gold striping.
Frame size
12" height X 15" width
Signed
"Alfred Fuller" at viewer's lower right margin, "AF" in image at viewer's lower left.
Condition
Good. Three round areas of foxing at upper center in sky above mountain.
Provenance
from a collector in Sedona, Arizona, FEL
About The Corral Gates

When someone can draw and is correspondingly familiar with his or her subject matter, the result draws you into a scene where you can escape from your particular reality. This well-drawn image beckons the viewer to walk the "S" shaped lane up toward the house, in order to get a better look. The gate has seen better days, as has some of the fencing, but it was a resourceful human who configured all of this to help manage their livestock and to define their property lines.

About Alfred Fuller
A painter, teacher and lithographer, Fuller hailed from Massachusetts, having attended Amherst College. In the 1930's he became a student of Roi Clarkson Colman in La Jolla, California. In the mid 1940's, he settled in Maine, living at Port Clude and Monhegan Island. Fuller exhibited his work with the American Watercolor Society, at Grand Central Art Galleries, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, at the National Academy of Design, the Pennsylvania Academy of Design, at the Salmagundi Club and at the Washington Watercolor Club. He was a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association, the La Jolla Art Association and the Southern Printmakers. He is cited in Who Was Who.
Cultures

USA

Medium

Prints

Subject

Landscapes

Keywords

Alfred Fuller, Alfred Fuller lithograph