Covey, Rosemary Feit, 1954- , American
29/120ed. 120 (total all states)Covey said that the woman in 'Alone' represented her. The print was troublesome for Covey. The block cracked in several places. Covey used a water soluble black ink to touch up most proofs. The block eventually was recut for a second state. The first-state proofs can be identified by the rug's long fringe strands. The final proof of the first state probably was numbered 29/120. The first proof of the second state inadvertently was also numbered 29/120. This proof shows evidence of the splitting that caused the block to be reglued and recut in some areas for a second state. There is a tiny printing tear under the window blind and there is evidence of retouching with black ink.Topless woman seated on chair in bedroom.
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