EXHIBITION SHOP

Open for Limited Time
February 1 to April 30,2022

OF THE LAND




In the early 1970s, artist and master printmaker Lou Stovall began composing visions of a utopia accessible to all. Reflecting on D.C.’s tumultuous years of civil rights demonstrations and anti-war protests, Stovall expanded his practice centered on community printmaking and political art to undertake a new series of ruminative poetry and silkscreen prints, which he called “Of the Land.”

This series is the subject of a new publication by Georgetown University Press and on view in new exhibitions at the Kreeger Museum and the Georgia Museum of Art.

For a limited time — to April 30 — the Lou Stovall Workshop is offering two impressions of each of the four prints on view at the Kreeger Museum for purchase.

All prints are signed and numbered. Sold and shipped unframed.




The Kindness of Living

1974
silkscreen print
26 x 26 in.

Two prints available from the original numbered edition of 60:

  1. Sold 
  2. AP 12/15



amidst Love’s Greening Land

1974
silkscreen print
26 x 26 in.

Two prints available from the original numbered edition of 60:

  1. Sold
  2. Sold



the Bounty thus is Falling

1974
silkscreen print
26 x 26 in.

Two prints available from the original numbered edition of 60:

  1. Sold 
  2. AP 14/15



and Winter’s bear the Promise

1974
silkscreen print
26 x 26 in.

Two prints available from the original numbered edition of 60:

  1. Sold
  2. Sold






Of the Land: Lou Stovall and the Poetry of Seasons

Kreeger Museum, Washington, D.C.

February 1– April 30, 2022


LOU STOVALL WORKSHOP
WASHINGTON, D.C.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2022