Signed Numbered Dated #20/20 1952 Spicer Castle Family
A view from a cabin on Gunflint Trail in 1952
It winds through Minnesota’s wilderness from Grand Marais to the Boundary Waters, view from a romantic cabin on a remote northern lake • a rustic north woods retreat
Original Limited Edition Serigraph by Eunice Spicer Latham
Image Size: 13" x 18"
Edition Number: 20/20
Condition : Mint
This piece is hand signed, numbered, dated & titled by the artist
Eunice Spicer was a daughter of JOHN M. SPICER, a city of Green Lake and New London Townships, was platted in 1886 on the deserted early townsite of Columbia and was named in honor of , its founder and owner of the site, who was the president of the company building the railway line.
EUNICE SPICER LATHAM 1885-1953
Eunice Spicer Latham, daughter of the founder of the towns of Willmar and Spicer, MN was born in Willmar, MN. She was educated at Ward-Belmont in Nashville and the University of Minnesota. Stanford Fenelle remembered her exhibiting her work in the twin cities and the Minnesota State Fair and thought that Alphonse Gaiovnik, the professional lithographer who printed for the WPA, could have printed her lithograghs for her.
STUDIED: Minneapolis School of Art, 1922-1923; with Edmund Kinzinger (1888-1963) and Cameron Booth (1892-1980).
MEMBER: Mpls Women's Art Club Committee; Minnesota Artists Association; Palettite Society; Mpls School of Art
AWARDS: Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1945, (watercolor, 2nd); Minnesota State Fair, 1944, (prints & drawings, 3rd); Minneapolis Women's Club Salon, (watercolor, 2nd; oils, honorable mention; prints, 1st & 2nd).
EXHIBITED: Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Minnesota State Fair; St. Paul Gallery and School of Art; Minneapolis School of Arts, First & Second Biennial Exhibition of Prints & Drawings, Harriet Hanley Gallery.
COLLECTIONS: Minneapolis Institute of Arts; U.S. Government Hospital in Louisianna.
POSITIONS: Member and chair of the Board of Directors, Mpls. Women's Club Liberal Arts Department; president, Minnesota Artists Association; editor, Minnesota Artists Association Bulletin.
A smaller version of this piece hangs on the wall at the Spicer Castle in Spicer, MN http://www.spicercastle.com/
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