Rare Wengenroth Print: Lobster Buoys at Port Clyde 1964
Rare lithographic print by Stow Wengenroth in his iconic style of lobster buoys hanging against a weathered shack in Port Clyde, Maine. Executed in November 1964, the print itself is 9 3/4 inches by 15 13/16 inches. It is from an edition of 40 and is signed in pencil at the lower right. It is number 293 in the catalog raisonné of Wengenroth's lithographs by Ronald and Joan Stuckey. This is a very difficult print to find. It is currently framed in archival matting in a simple black frame that measures 16 7/8 by 20 7/8 inches. We also have photographs of the print in its frame as well as of the signature and the inscription indicating the limited edition — these can be emailed on request.