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John Digby (b.1938) VTG Collage signed and professionally framed. **LOOK**
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John Digby (b.1938) VTG Collage signed and professionally framed. **LOOK**

$148.46

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Mixed Media Art & Collage Art

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Condition:

Used

Original/Reproduction:

Original

Date of Creation:

1970-1989

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Size Type/Largest Dimension:

Medium (Up to 30in.)

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Signed

Region of Origin:

US

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Item number:

232608815

Item description

Estate find Very nice collage piece by artist John Digby dated 1985. Professionally framed in heavy duty brushed metal frame Measures 12.25" by 16.25" Signed by the artist as shown in photos. Needs a light cleaning but I will leave that up to the buyer. Please ask any questions that you have after viewing the photos. John Digby (born 1938) John Digby was born in London and has been passionate about birds from early childhood. He became a keeper at the London Zoo for six years during his teens. By a circuitous route, this led him to poetry and then collage. Several volumes of his poetry have been published. His collages have been exhibited widely in the UK, France, USA and Korea. All of his work is exclusively black and white and composed of archival papers and pastes. Using this aesthetic, he and his wife founded The Feral Press, a small press publishing unique stories, essays and poetry, illustrated in black and white by a variety of artists working in various media. Both his studio and press are in Oyster Bay, New York.
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