James Milton Smith Autographed Lt. Ed Print "Leaving Port "

 

New, and in the original publisher’s wrap, we believe it was done in1985. It is one of two we recently acquired. It is number 398 of an edition of 1500, pencil signed and numbered by Mr. Smith. The unframed print is print is 16 x 20 inches; the image size (including the signature is 11 ¼ x 14 /4.

“Smith’s work encompasses an encyclopedia of topics he has tackled. From history and nature to classic automobiles to Southwest and Wisconsin images, the work of James Milton Smith is stylish and stylized, but most of all professional. Most recognizable are Smith’s historic buildings and areas around Wisconsin, even Dodge County.

Smith uses oils and watercolors and has meticulously paired his art with the right frame, which further accentuates individual pieces. Many of his pieces appear as if they were created more for dignitaries and the famous than for the home. Although Smith’s hometown is Janesville. Beaver Dam has been his home for more than 20 years.

He is well known in his profession as a fine and commercial artist, on a state and national level, and has been honored through his relationships with big name commercial accounts, producing art for companies such as John Deere, Harley Davidson, and a variety of insurance companies. He has designed artwork for the Underground Railroad Milton House Museum and became the first artist in residence at the Cedarburg Cultural Center. He has designed stamps, collector tin lid scenes, a bicentennial symbol for Janesville and created numbered and signed prints for John Deere Horicon Works at their milestone 2 million celebration. He created limited edition prints for the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation. “

 

He has racked up a mountain of accolades for his artwork and his style is known by sight alone.  John Deere hired Smith to produce limited edition prints celebrating the two-millionth lawn and garden tractor produced at the Horicon plant. He has also been on the staff at GM, where the company commissioned him to produce the artwork marking their hundred-millionth automobile at the Janesville assembly plant. “   –Some quotes from an article by writer,  Karla R. Jensen

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