Birdfeeders - Lithograph
"Back in 1954, I was asked to illustrate a feeding station. What? I naïvely asked. The art director at Ford Times magazine tried to patiently explain, It's a device people use to feed birds. I was confused: Back in the hills, where I come from, the birds seem able to feed themselves. He looked embarrassed for me. Even then I didn't quite fathom the idea. Well, I suggested, Send me one and I'll paint it. He did his part and I did mine. But I still think most birds would rather feed themselves."
The framed print comes matted, acid-free and archival mounting, Conservation Clear glass, and framed in one of our beautiful 2" Harper Molding quartersawn White Oak picture frames, finished in our Ebony finish. It will also come with a dust cover and a pre-drilled keyslot for hanging. Shipped with protective packaging.
Approximate Outside Dimensions: 26 1/2" x 18 3/4"