In black and gold (!) inks this ecstatic woodblock of the Golden Gate Bridge is full of wind and motion, the trees bent low and the clouds scudding past. It captures the special feeling only San Franciscans have about their city and the Bay Area, one of great pride, excitement and unmitigated joy in living there. This view of the iconic bridge is taken from the Presidio.
Arthur Middleton was born in California on September 11, 1910. By 1930 he had had settled in Berkeley. He exhibited at the Oakland Art Gallery, 1934, 1936, and the Bay Region Art Ass’n, 1935. He died in Sonoma, CA on September 23, 2001.
Print is signed and measures 8″ x 6′, framed and matted 11.75″ x 9.75″.