Fragrance By Richard Kemble

“Fragrance”
by Richard Kimble (1932-2007)
Woodcut

Pencil Signed Kemble ’71 – lower right
Numbered 7/25 and titled Fragrance – lower left

Richard Kemble was born in Erie, PA. He taught at the State University at Buffalo and later as professor at Pratt Institute in NYC. He gave up academics after receiving one of the first print-makers fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1974.During his lifetime, Kemble created more than 350 print editions, most of them woodcuts. For the last 20 years of his life, he created art at his residences in Key West, FL and Nantucket, MA.

Kimble is Exhibited in:
Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Akron Art Institute, O; Allentown Art Museum, PA; Assoc. American Artists, NYC; Brandeis U, Waltham, MA; Elaine Horowitz Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ; Fendrich Gallery, Washington, DC; Forager House Collection, Nantucket; Montclair Art Museum, NJ, Philadelphia Art Alliance: Philadelphia Art Museum, and so many more.

Kimble is in Collections:
Bank of Tokyo; Bristol Meyers Squibb; Chicago Title Insurance Co.; Firestone Library, Princeton U.; James Michener Museum, Doylestown, PA; Key West Museum of Arts and History; Museum of Modern Art, NYC and so many more


Provenance: From a Princeton, NJ collection"