These original woodcut prints by Jack McLarty (1919-2011) are entitled "Stocking Dancer" and "Lady with Her Cat," respectively. Each is signed and numbered in an edition of 100; the prints are framed in acrylic with brass banding around the image.
McLarty was born in Seattle and his family moved to Portland in 1921. He attended the Portland Museum Art School and the American Artists School in New York from 1940 to 1941. In 1945 he started teaching at the Museum Art School where he remained until his retirement. He worked in paint (oil, and later acrylic), print (lithograph, serigraph, woodcut, wood engraving, etching), as well as stained glass design and sculpture. McLarty's works are held in the collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, among others.
Specifications: Height: 8.25, Width: 10.5, Depth: 0.25
Materials / Techniques: Woodblock prints on paper, acrylic and brass frames.