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This is a score for a mid-century art collector. Especially at this price. If you grew up in the 60s or 70s, then this silk screen will most definitely conjure up some of the imagery from your youth. David Weidman was most known for his work in advertising and animation during that time. He also produced some silk-screens that he pulled with his own ink. A few have been featured recently at Urban Outfitters, and on Mad Men (pic included). Mine is in excellent condition.

I recently reached out to David's daughter, and this was her response:

"What you have here is what we call a "replica" it is a hand pulled silk screen that was created by my Dad just like the original master work, but these are not signed nor are they numbered. There were many more of these created than the original pieces but I do not know how many. It looks to be in excelent condition, with the inks looking strong and bright. These are the same inks used for the limited edition pieces. The original limited editions do not have that gold border around them. Though there were many made, they will not be produced again as my father stopped producing in 1979 and the inks he used are no longer available. "

So now you know what I know, and I do hope you have a cool place for this piece.
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Mill Creek Vintage

David Weidman "Bird Tree" - Vintage Original Mid-Century Hand Pulled Silk Screen Wall Art - 1965


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Only ships within United States.
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