A signed serigraph print on paper by American feminist writer, theorist, artist and academic, Kate Millett (1934 - 2017). This work uses brushwork-like lines to depict an abstracted nude female figure. To the right side of the image is a stanza of poetry. The print is signed "Kate Millett" and numbered 5/50 on the lower edge. The text of the poem reads: "Turns out I just plain / Miss you --- which was not / actually part of my plan".
Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Millett is most well known as the author of the groundbreaking book Sexual Politics and as a influential figure in the women's liberation movement. However, she was also an accomplished and prolific artist who worked in a variety of mediums including sculpture, printmaking, painting, and performance art. In 1978, Millett founded a self-supporting art colony and farm for women in Poughkeepsie, New York where most of the work we currently have was created.
25" x 18.5".
Some inconsistencies to the print due to the hand pulled nature of the work. Some wear around the edges and scuffs near the signature.
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