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A Regretful Fish
Late Century Lithograph


Carol Cunningham

This late 20th century lithograph of a cooked fish on a plate with the caption If I'd kept my mouth shut I wouldn't be here now. is by Bay Area printmaker, painter, and book artist Carol Cunningham (1925-2013). She founded Sunflower Press in Marin in the early 1960s and was a member of Moxon Chappel, the Miniature Book Society, the Small Book Club of Marin, and the Colophon Club. She often signed her pieces "Blair".

Late 20th Century
Lithograph on Paper
10"x8" unframed

Signed lower right.