|About the Artist||(Born 1946, Potawatomi/ Creek) Douglas J. Coffin earned his BFA from the University of Kansas in 1971, majoring in jewelry. He also earned an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 1975 in metalsmithing.
A sculpture teach at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, Coffin received a Ford Foundation Grant. He was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship.
Major public collections including his work are the Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ; the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe, NM; the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, NM and the National Museum of American Indian in Washington, D.C. Coffin is cited in Who's Who in American Art.
|Medium||Monoprint (monotype) enhanced with oil pastel on tan paper|
|Plate size||28" height X 20 1/2" width|
|Paper size||41" height X 29 1/2" width|
|Frame||Blond wood molding, regular glass, print float mounted. Some wear to wood molding|
|Frame size||45" height X 33 1/4" width|
|Signed||"D. Coffin" at viewer's lower right margin in graphite|
|Date of creation||Circa 1985|
|Condition||Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed|
|Provenance||LF, originally acquired from the Elaine Horwitch Galleries|