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Duck Decoy Print By Arthur Nevin, Blue Wing Teal Hen 1955 - $95 (Camas)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Arthur Nevin
model name / number: Duck Decoy Print
I am selling a print of a Duck Decoy, Blue Wing Teal Hen, signed by the artist, Arthur Nevin, numbered 109/150, and dated 1955. Arthur Neven passed away in 2020. For more information, read the information about the artist on the paper attached to the back of the framed art print (see pic.) This is a wonderful art print of this duck decoy...the art print is in excellent vintage condition with some ruffling of the picture at the top (see pic.). The frame has some small marks on it, but it still is in great condition. Please note there are reflections of light on the picture.

A little bit about the author:
Arthur Nevin was an artist, master printer, instructor and professional consultant for Ntaglio printing techniques. Nevin was educated at the University of Maryland and the University of California. Born in New York, New York in 1929, Nevin became interested in wildfowl decoys as a young boy hunting with his father in the marshlands of the eastern shore of the United States.

He was greatly influenced by the decoy collection of Joel Barber, a longtime friend of his father's and one of the earliest serious decoy collectors. Nevin has primarily confined his work to the painting and etching of native wildfowl decoys which he believes are the only truly original American art form.

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