A limited edition lithograph on paper titled Baronessa Johanna by listed American artist Edna Hibel (1917 - 2015). This monochrome print depicts a framed in-plate portrait of a young girl in a hat completed in a sketch-like style. The piece is signed in graphite to the lower right and is numbered II 2/26 ed. 310 to the lower left. It is presented behind a white mat with a blue liner, behind glass, in a silver tone wooden frame with a hanging wire to the verso.
This particular drawing is very hard to find. 24.5" W x 27.75" H x 1.5 D. 12"W x 15"H. For over 40 years, Edna Hibel has been referred to as America's best loved and most versatile artist, and best colorist. Since being commissioned by the Foundation of the U.National Archives in 1995 to commemorate 75 years of women receiving the universal right to vote, Hibel is now acclaimed. The Heart and Conscience of America. Lucy Baines Johnson, of the U. The work of Edna Hibel has been exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries in more than 20 countries on four continents including national museums in Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Russia and the U. And under the royal patronage of Count and Countess Bernadotte of Germany, Count Thor Bonde of Sweden, Prince and the late Princess Rainier of Monaco and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England.
Edna Hibel has been favorably compared by critics to Renaissance and Impressionist artists such as Michelangelo, Renoir, and Mary Cassatt. Notes Thomi Wolfensberger, chief lithographer of Wolfensberger Studio in Zurich, Switzerland, When it comes to stone lithography, no one even comes close to Edna Hibel. There is Edna Hibel and then there is everyone else.
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