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Description: In this spirited print, Biddle captures the mood of the carnival using traditional lithographic techniques combined with cross-hatching, more typical of etching.

Titled in graphite lower left: “Carnival in Rio”.  Signed in the plate, as well as, in graphite lower right: “George Biddle 1947″. Image area: 10″ x 11″ on a sheet of cream wove paper measuring 12″ x 16”. Item #PR00388

George Biddle (1885-1973), an American muralist and printmaker, is most remembered for his social realism murals. He played a  significant role in establishing the WPA Federal Art Project.

Condition: Very good condition.