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'Wyoming V, Servant of Man' 1973 Limited / Signed Soft Ground Etching, by Casper, Wyo. artist James Steward.

Condition: Etching seems to be in very good vintage condition without noticeable fading, there is a bit of aging. Wood frame has light scratches. The original paper and label are still on the back. There is one area the the backing paper is missing. See picture. Glass is in very good condition.
On the back written in pen: Jim Steward was Dody Cogswell's friend. She worked at Langis Book Store in Casper, Wyo.

Etching: 8 3/4" long * 5 7/16" wide
Frame: 15 1/4" * 12 1/4"

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Splinter, Servant of Man by James Steward, 1973 Signed / Numbered Wyo. Etching

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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: glass, paper, ink, wood
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
  • Feedback: 173 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people