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Etched portrait of Janet Lewis, E. Arnoux  

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Janet Lewis: in celebration 1995. Morning Devotion with a large etched portrait of the author.

Arnoux, Elaine Badgley

San Francisco




Etched portrait of Janet Lewis enclosed in a large folio with the poem Morning Devotion printed on verso. Image: 33.5x24 cm (13x9½"), paper (approx. 22x15"), tissue guard. No. 11 of 75.

Elaine Badgley Arnoux is a San Francisco artist who has spent significant time in Nebraska and France. She is known for portrait painting, printmaking and mixed-media art. Janet Lewis, novelist and Stanford Professor, was the author of The Return of Martin Guerre among other works of fiction and poetry. She died in 1998 at the age of 99.

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