X1656 Minnesota by Adolf Dehn


Original lithograph from the ‘School Prints’ Series printed by the Baynard Press in the 1940s.

By Adolf Dehn


Conservation mounted and framed with UV protective glass to prevent fading
Image size: 75cm x 48cm
Outside frame size: 93cm x 67cm


Dehn studied at the Minnesota School of Art (1914) and won a scholarship to the Art Students League in New York. In the twenties he drifted about Europe supporting himself through his lithography. He returned to America in 1929 and by the mid-thirties was drawing caricatures for New Yorker, Vogue etc. Parallel to this he was developing his lithography and became a leading American exponent of the medium. (1987, Jocelyn Lumadaine & Thomas O’Sullivan, The Prints of Adolf Dehn: A Catalogue Raisonné, Minnesota Historical Society.