Lewis and Clark - Compass Print
8x10" Screen print of a compass, does not include grey matboard.
This item includes the compass print only.
Lewis and Clark were an odd pairing. Lewis kept meticulous journals about the expedition in beautiful script handwriting. Clark was a gruff, uneducated man who had few words to spare, but his skill as a cartographer was invaluable.
For our print series, items from Lewis’s thoughtful list of provisions are overlaid in transparent red ink on top of Clark’s detailed maps. Look closely and find that Clark not only inscribed the name of each village, but also the number of “souls” that resided there.
These are sold as individual prints..
- Hand pulled screen prints
- Hand mixed red and dark grey inks
- French kraft paper made locally at a hydropowered mill
- Measures 8x10" (standard frame size)
- Limited edition of 100
- Shipped flat and unframed
- Signed and numbered by the artists
- Designed and printed in the U.S.A.