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22.5" x 26.5" Little Fresh Pond Print

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22.5" x 26.5" Little Fresh Pond Print

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Materials:
giclée print on archival paper/white wood frame/three-inch 8-ply double-thick mat
Size:
23" x 27"
Care:
Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight.

Why We Love This

Available exclusively at One Kings Lane Edition, this giclée reproduction of a watercolor painting faithfully represents an original work created by Slaughter in his SoHo studio. Hailing from a spirited selection that includes flip flops, sailboats, bicycles and sunglasses, this is a perennial celebration of summer, inspired by the whimsical charm and carefree attitude of a sunny season at the beach.

Tom Slaughter’s graphics have a happy-go-lucky charm that’s difficult to resist. In addition to having pieces in MoMA and the Whitney Museum of American Art, Slaughter has illustrated more than a half-dozen children’s books, and his limited-edition silkscreen prints for the Obama campaign, bearing the now-famous message "Yes We Can," emerged as one of the most iconic images of the 2008 election. Born in NYC in 1955, Tom Slaughter has worked as a printmaker in collaboration with Durham Press for 20 years. This collection of his prints celebrates the joys of a classic American summer.