Lines Of Empathy: Prints and Drawings By Richard Correll

Richard V. Correll, The Prisoner (Robert Wesley Wells), 1969. Gift of the Estate of Richard V. Correll.

Lines Of Empathy: Prints and Drawings By Richard Correll

Cascadia Art Museum, Edmonds, WA - To Jun 2

by Christine Clark

An exhibition of 34 linocuts, lithographs, woodcuts and pencil drawings by the skilled printmaker Richard Correll (1904–1990). His work explores themes of poverty, war, manual labor, prison, the lives of women and children, and, most surprisingly, includes pictures depicting the northern lights and sled dogs. Born in Missouri, Correll lived and worked in Seattle, NYC and San Francisco. His art offers a glimpse into the political and social conditions of a fascinating period of American history.

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