Dutchman is a haunting image, a common characteristic of O'Connor's work.
|About the Artist||(Born 1937-American) "Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1937 by the time Thom O’Connor was 31 he was an accomplished printmaker. After graduating from Florida State University and Cranbrook Academy of Art, O’Connor went on to exhibit in Associated American Artists’ New Talent in Printmaking in 1965.
His works are in the permanent collections of MoMA, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, the Detroit Institute of Art, and the Butler Institute of American Art. He has received numerous awards such as the Printer Fellowship and Fullbright Award.
O’Connor used his knowledge and love of printing to teach others as a Professor in Printmaking at the State University of New York Albany from 1962 to 2000." taken from the Cason McDermott Art Gallery website
O'Connor is cited in Who's Who in American Art
|Medium||Color etching on paper|
|Plate size||14 3/4" height X 11 3/4" width|
|Frame||Single 100% rag window mat board, regular glass, wood molding|
|Frame size||22 5/8" height X 19 1/3" width|
|Signed||"Thom O'Connor" at viewer's lower right margin|
|Condition||Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed|
|Provenance||Donated to Halo Non-Kill Animal Rescue based in Phoenix, AZ, originally acquired from Davidson Gallery, known for their fine original prints|